“Ghost Behind The Trigger,” A Tribute To Chris Kyle Is Released

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This past December, TJ Broscoff left widow, Taya Kyle, and an entire audience in tears when he performed “Ghost Behind The Trigger” at a gala event in Las Vegas. The song, is a tribute to Chris Kyle, the legendary Navy SEAL sniper who tragically died in February 2013. The profits for the song were generously offered in support of Taya Kyle, however Mrs. Kyle has asked that all proceeds instead benefit Boot Campaign & the Chris Kyle Frog Fund. Chris Kyle was always a big advocate for#BootCampaign and was considered one of our Hero Ambassadors. Purchase the song ->>> http://bit.ly/P38jJE Donations can also be made directly ->>>http://bit.ly/1eL1MKq  

DePuy Synthes Gets Their Boots On!

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Earlier this year, the DePuy Synthes Trauma team gathered in San Antonio, TX for its National Sales Meeting. As part of the meeting, sales consultants had the opportunity to support a charitable cause that originated in Texas, the Boot Campaign, and give back to the local community. The Boot Campaign encourages action through its tagline, “Get Your Boots On”. The idea is simple: buy a pair of Army-style boots to wear and show your support for veterans nationwide. Proceeds from boots fund various programs offered by the organization, such as mortgage-free homes for returning soldiers, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)…

TRIBUTE SONG TO LEGENDARY NAVY SEAL SNIPER CHRIS KYLE RELEASED APRIL 15TH

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TJ BROSCOFF CONTINUES HIS RISE WITH SUCCESS OF “FALLING DOWN” TRIBUTE SONG TO LEGENDARY NAVY SEAL SNIPER CHRIS KYLE RELEASED APRIL 15TH Nashville, TN-(April 1, 2014)-Honest, raw, profound, unprocessed; these are words that have become synonymous with TJ Broscoff, a name that, over the last few years, has risen in rank to join the highest level of songwriting merit among his peers. His latest album, THE BREAK, on BGM Records is filthy rich, chock-full of priceless material that continues to generate a swell of interest throughout the industry. The brand new single “Falling Down” emerged a triple threat last week coming in…

Running for a Reason

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The evening of March 13, 2014 was a bit of a question mark for Stephanie Eggleston, 26, of Arlington, Va. After months of training for the D.C. Rock ‘N Roll Half Marathon, the Ellicott City, Md. native went to bed early to rest up for the race. Weighing on her mind weren’t just the pre-race jitters and anxieties all runners face; Stephanie was running for a reason. With a long-standing military legacy behind her, she had pledged to raise $1,000 for the Boot Campaign and had hoped to reach her goal by start time. She was $70 short. Stephanie grew…

Purple Heart Veteran Completes Rock ‘n’ Roll USA Half Marathon with BOOTS ON

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By his own admission, Ryan Lamke may not have trained for the D.C. Rock ‘N Roll Half Marathon via the most conventional methods. While his plan was to run the 13.1 miles in a pair of Boot Campaign combat boots, the former Marine spent just one day breaking in the boots before the starting gun went off – for every training run before that, he wore running shoes. He also didn’t spend any of those training runs sporting a military pack, which he wore for the first time during the race. If you’re thinking what I’m thinking, then yes, that…