Luke Bryan Does the Coolest Thing Ever for U.S. Troops

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Luke Bryan is all about his country...no, really. The country singer is honoring United States service men and women by giving some of them an all-expenses paid trip to his concert in Chicago.

The "Drink a Beer" singer and Miller Lite will give 45 men and women a truly one-of-a-kind experience at his That's My Kind of Night Tour at Solider Field in Chicago on Aug. 31.

"We are excited to give these incredible service men and women the chance to win a truly amazing experience," Miller Lite Senior Director Ryan Reis said in a press release. "It's an honor and privilege for Miller Lite to give back to the heroes in our armed forces."

The winners can consist of Army or Air Force members. The text-to-win promotion will only be available to see in Army and Air Force Exchange Services stores, and is open to current and former service men and women ages 21 and over. We're assuming that's because alcohol WILL be involved. C'mon, it's a Luke party...

We're sure the winners will have an awesome time. If anyone deserves it, they do. They might want to come prepared, though. Luke's latest show in Pittsburgh caused all kinds of havoc when fans left the city a total mess. Let's hope that doesn't go down in Chicago.

What do you think about Luke's generous offer? Start texting now, peeps!
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