ST.MARYS, Ont. — Music and the trucking industry are a natural fit, not only for listening, but in some cases even for entertaining.
That’s how it is for Terry Smith of T.E. Smith Transport and Logistics. The fleet operator is the founder of a summer country jamboree that supports various local charities, including ATM Access for Persons with Disabilities.
This year’s third annual Stonetown Jam is featuring live entertainment with Black Water Draw and the Little Riverview Band. Other musical acts of the country genre, include: Charlie Major, Johnny Reid, Jessie Farrell and George Canyon. Broadcaster, Casey Clarke will also be appearing at the event, as host of the CMT Chevy Top 20 countdown.
VIP tables are available at a cost of $2,000, for a table of eight. This VIP seating includes a five course dinner served Saturday night and light snacks on Sunday afternoon. Otherwise, food and beverages is available on site
The two-day jamboree will be held Saturday, Aug. 9, and Sunday, August 10, at the T.E. Smith Yard, located at 752 Queen St. E., St. Marys, Ont. General Admission is $60 a day or $75 for a weekend pass. VIP seats are $100 for a week-end pass.
Tickets are available at T.E.Smith Transport and Logistics, which is located at 5 Industrial Road, St. Marys. Tickets are also available at Turnay Electric, at 2096 Jetsream Road, London. For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or refer to the Web site for online tickets at www.tesmith.com.
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