Craig Morgan Gives Back By Giving Jobs To Vets

By kncitom on June 26, 2018

Craig Morgan, whose selflessness was recognized on Saturday when he was awarded the Outstanding Civilian Service medal by the US Army for his multiple USO tours for troops overseas, is continuing to be one of country music’s strongest advocates for our military.

Morgan, himself a nearly 20-year Army vet, recently opened a business on his 500 acre ranch in Dickson, Tennessee. It’s called The Gallery and part of the business plan drawn up by Craig and his wife includes making a point to hire veterans to work on both the farm and the store.

Craig told Nash Country Daily that after his son Jerry tragically passed away, he started working a lot with wood. He said it was great therapy and now he works with other artists to create items to sell in the store (Some of those other artists include fellow country artists like Zac Brown, Billy Dean and Eric Paslay–himself a passionate woodworker).

Morgan says they will also sell seasonal farm fresh produce and honey. Want to know more? Click here 

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