Rangers and SevenBar Aviation Partner Up!

Steep Canyon Rangers Tireless bluegrass ambassadors Steep Canyon Rangers have announced a new twelve-month partnership with SevenBar Aviation.

The company is a leading air medical provider with more than 65 years of experience delivering quality service in the aviation industry, more than 100,000 safe air medical flight hours, and nearly 40 years of air medical transport experience.

Central to the agreement are a series of fund-raising concerts by the Steep Canyon Rangers to take place over the course of 2015 – known as  the "Hospitals and Hangars Tour" – which will generate donations for hospital foundations closely involved with SevenBar Aviation. While in town for these performances, the Steep Canyon Rangers will also make visits to the children’s care areas of each hospital and participate in a VIP meet-and-greet event. The first confirmed event will be with Children’s Health in Dallas, Texas later this year.

New agreement between premier medical aviation service and Grammy®-winning artists to include special benefit concerts for hospital foundations.

“We are extremely excited to be partnering with the Steep Canyon Rangers for 2015,” says Wade Black, CEO of SevenBar Aviation. “This is a unique and innovative way for us to give back to our partner organizations through the special concerts we will be hosting as part of the ‘Hospitals and Hangars’ events. We are looking forward to a great year of music and also supporting our partner foundations with performances from these great musicians.” 

The agreement, which is effective immediately, also includes cross-promotional support, with the Rangers and SevenBar Aviation each raising awareness of the other by introducing their existing network of fans, supporters and business to their partner organization via exclusive merchandise, branding, and more.

“It is an honor to be teaming up with SevenBar Aviation and to be a part of improving these young patients’ lives,” says Steep Canyon Rangers founding vocalist and guitarist Woody Platt. “The guys and I can’t wait to spend time with these brave kids, and to have our music play a role in their recovery.” 

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