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GLORIANA GETS SP[OIL]ED FOR A GOOD CAUSE; GROUP JOINS CAMPAIGN TO AID WITH OIL SPILL RELIEF

GLORIANA GETS SP[OIL]ED FOR A GOOD CAUSE; GROUP JOINS CAMPAIGN TO AID WITH OIL SPILL RELIEF

Donations Raised To Go Directly To ProtectOurCoastline.org
To Benefit Louisiana Fisherman, Shrimpers and Wetlands

Nashville, TN - October 7, 2010 – Gloriana has joined the sp[OIL]ed photo campaign to help raise awareness and funds for the oil spill relief efforts in Louisiana. The sp[OIL]ed campaign, which is a photographic movement created in direct response to the massive oil spill off the coast of Louisiana, is partnered with www.protectourcoastline.org , a nonprofit organization founded to raise money to help the fishermen, shrimpers, and natural wildlife of the Louisiana Coast. Gloriana, along with several other country artists, took a picture with “oil” on their hands, symbolizing the fact that solutions to the environmental and economic impact of the oil spill are in our “hands.”

“We are proud to be a part of this campaign to try and help out the workers and wildlife affected by the oil spill,” said Tom Gossin. “The possible long-term effects could be detrimental. It's important that we continue to aid Louisiana's recovery."

Gloriana has joined a long list of country artists who have taken time out to bring attention to the relief efforts for all those affected by the oil spill including Sammy Kershaw, Kellie Pickler, Zac Brown Band and Ashton Shephard. For more information on sp[OIL]ed, please visit www.nicholaslandryevents.com/spOILed and www.protectourcoastline.org, for more in-depth information on ways to help save Louisiana’s coastal environment and businesses.

ABOUT The sp[OIL]ed Campaign:
A photographic movement created by New Orleans photographer, Matthew Arthur, and NLE founder, Nicholas Landry, in direct response to the massive oil spill off the coast of Louisiana. NLE has teamed with http://www.protectourcoastline.org/, a nonprofit organization founded to raise money to provide relief to those facing financial devastation and to help save Louisiana's Wetlands.

For more information on Gloriana please go to www.gloriana.com

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