Jeff Radford To Perform National Anthem For Tour De Cure Saturday

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Pop Artist Jeff Radford will perform the National Anthem at the 2013 annual Tour De Cure Chattanooga for the American Diabetes Association on Saturday.  Mr. Radford will perform the anthem at 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. for each wave of the ride.  

Tour De Cure is an annual race to raise awareness and funds for the battle against diabetes.  The tour is a ride for all ages and all levels of riders.  In Chattanooga alone over 36,000 people are affected by diabetes.  "I am very thankful to be apart of this event. I know everyone will have a great time at the event,"  Mr. Radford commented.  

Non riders are invited out just for a day of fun and celebration as the community works together to make an impact in the fight against diabetes.   

Mr. Radford is based out of Nashville and has just released his debut album Taken in 2012 and has been garnering attention.  Find out more at www.JeffRadford.com.



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