Road Scholar’s 9/11 Rolling Memorial, debuting days shy of the 10-year anniversary when terrorists hijacked four planes, attacking the United States, will be headed to Tennessee, stopping at two locations.
On Friday, September 16th, Road Scholar’s truck will be in Downtown Savannah, TN for Darryl Worley’s Tennessee River Run.
Headlining day 1 will be 70s rock band Kansas, with Derek St. Holmes from The Ted Nugent Band and heavy metal band Slaughter’s Mark Slaughter performing at 8:30 p.m.
Road Scholar’s 9/11 Rolling Memorial Truck will arrive the minute the gates open at 6 p.m. for people to view. The truck features landmarks such as the Freedom Tower and Statue of Liberty, along with a Flag of Honor containing the names of all the 1st responders, enlarged image of the 9/11 Heroes Stamp on its hood, and names of all those people (nearly 3,000) who passed away as a result of the 9/11 events on both sides of its trailer.
The following day, Road Scholar’s truck will move to Pickwick Landing State Park for another concert, this time with a country twist on it. Starting at 4 p.m., with gates opening at 2:30 p.m., country stars Montgomery Gentry, Jesse Keith Whitley, the Tony Bridges Band, Ben Mathis, and Darryl Worley will perform after the national anthem is given, as the 101st Airborne flies above. Darryl Worley, whose song title “Have You Forgotten” is written across Road Scholar’s tractor, will conclude the concert with a fireworks grand finale.
Along with the concert series there will also be a golf tournament, motorcycle poker run, 5K run, bass tournament (with a top prize of $10,000), and much more.
Tickets can be purchased at www.tnriverrun.org with proceeds going towards the Darryl Worley Foundation, who is sponsoring the 2-day concert series.
Founded by Darryl Worley back in 2001, the foundation helps those with special needs as well as supports foundations such as Cystic Fibrosis, which Road Scholar Transport also has an awareness truck for (check it out at http://www.roadscholarawareness.org/our-charities/cystic-fibrosis/).
For more information about the Tennessee River Run event and Darryl Worley Foundation visit www.darrylworley.com and learn more about Road Scholar Transport’s awareness campaign and view all of our awareness trucks, along with how you can get involved at www.roadscholarawareness.org.