In support of the upcoming OFF THE RECORD high fashion & music charity event to be held in Nashville on November 1st, several stars came together on Wednesday, October 7th at Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
Red Gold Tomatoes, a sponsor of the event, graciously donated 43,000 lbs. of canned tomatoes to be distributed to those in need in our community. Nan Kelley of GAC spoke on behalf of Red Gold Tomatoes.
Among those present to help unload the delivery truck and in a show of support were Nan Kelley of GAC, Charles Esten of ABC’s “Nashville”, Big Kenny of Big and Rich, Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, Phil Vassar, fashion designers Margaret Roberts, Brittney Kelley and Johnathan Kayne. Big Kenny of Big & Rich stated he is excited to be part of such a good cause and support his wife, Christiev Alphin, who is directing the event and was also present to help unload the delivery.
[Video]The stars came together today for #TakeHungerOffTheRecord as they helped to unload the #RedGoldTomatoes truck that delivered 43,000 lbs. of canned tomatoes for the hungry in our community. @charles_esten @bigandrichofficial @flagaline #PhilVassar A video posted by FOCUS on the 615 (@focus_on_the_615) on
“We’re really honored to be along huge designers and to be able to have an intimate night like this to bring fashion to Nashville.” –Brittney Kelley of Tribe Kelley (www.tribekelley.com) and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line
“Once I heard involved with Second Harvest, I actually designed a dress in my 2016 collection that I’m giving all of the profits to Second Harvest Food Bank and feeding America. So, very near and dear to my heart.” –Johnathan Kayne, fashion designer
“Well, you know, we’ve been doing stuff for Second Harvest ever since I came to Nashville. We’ve done dozens of fundraisers. To me, it’s probably one of the most important things we do, because hunger is within our community.” –Phil Vassar
“I have a line of bottoms just launching called MINXX and it’s really special to be doing it with Second Harvest with this event OFF THE RECORD. It’s at my home and Second Harvest is a charity that’s always been really close to my heart.” –Margaret Roberts of MINXX (www.minxx.us), daughter of Sylvia Roberts
More photos today from #TakeHungerOffTheRecord as several celebrities showed up to help unload the shipment of 43,000 lbs. of canned #RedGoldTomatoes for #SecondHarvestFoodBank in support of the upcoming charity event called Off The Record on Nov. 1st. @flagaline @bigandrichofficial @charles_esten #PhilVassar #MargaretRoberts
OFF THE RECORD, benefiting Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, will be held on Sunday, November 1st at the home of Sylvia Roberts AKA Rayna James’ home on ABC’s “Nashville”. Fashion designers joining the event are Gucci (provided by Nordstrom Green Hills), John Varvatos, Kaufman Franco, Tribe Kelley, Graziela, S. Carter Designs and Spinelli Kilcollin, Amanda Valentine, Ani&Ari, Cole Haan, Eric Adler, HatWRKS, Johnathan Kayne, MINXX by Margaret Roberts, Peter Nappi, Shelly Brown and The Giving Keys. In addition to the designers, there will be musical performances from Tommy Shaw of Styx and Phil Vassar in a collaboration, Big Kenny, Chase Bryant, Kaleo, Old Dominion and The Cadillac Three. Tickets can be purchased for $500 per person at: www.offtherecordnashville.com