Craig Campbell to Perform on October 20, 2012 at "Dining Out for Life" - a Family Service Fundraiser

Family Service Inc. recently announced that country music star Craig Campbell as headline entertainment for its annual fundraising event, Dining Out for Life.

The event will take place on Saturday, October 20 at the Holiday Inn Grand Montana Convention Center. Guests will enjoy a filet mignon dinner, silent auction and Campbell in concert. The event theme, “Hope for Solid Ground,” was inspired by Campbell’s hit single, “Family Man.” Event proceeds will help Family Service feed hungry families and prevent homelessness in Yellowstone County.

“Whether we are providing an emergency food box for a family in crisis or assisting a senior citizen with a utility payment, our goal is to help struggling people find solid ground,” says Paul Chinberg, executive director of Family Service. “Dining Out for Life generates critical funding for our programs, including food distribution, clothing distribution and rent/utility payment assistance. We invite the community to join us for a fun evening that helps our neighbors in need.”

A variety of sponsorships are available. Individual tickets are $100 and will be available for purchase beginning June 1 at www.famserv.com.

About Family Service, Inc.

Family Service works to alleviate hunger and prevent homelessness in Yellowstone County.

We assist struggling families with basic needs, including food, clothing, rent and utilities. Family Service has operated in Billings for more than 100 years. Today, our services benefit one in every six families living in Yellowstone County. Generous donors and volunteers are vital partners in our work, making it possible to provide help, preserve dignity and instill hope among our neighbors in need. For more information, please visit www.famserv.com .


About Craig Campbell

Craig Campbell is a proud reminder of one of country’s strongest creative periods, building on the early-90s legacy established by some of the genre’s most successful figures. Campbell’s self-titled debut album blends his masculine, no-nonsense vocal style with songs about America’s working class. His songs expand on the central themes of life—family, friends, purpose and self-determination—delivered with the force and conviction of someone who has lived every sentiment in every word. For more information, please visit http://craigcampbell.tv/.