For an amazing cause.
Iconic US rock group KISS are teaming up with Legacy Australia in an awesome initiative that will see war widows become 'KISS roadies for a day'.
For more than a decade the internationally renowned act have worked with several programs in the US assisting returned servicemen and women and they've brought that same passion to Australia to join forces with Legacy.
At each of the band's Australian concerts, starting in Perth tomorrow night, Legacy have selected a woman for this once-in-a-lifetime experience who will get to work with the KISS team in the VIP area by helping to prep and build the area in each venue, meet and host VIP fans and assist in the VIP band photo opportunities — not to mention a free ticket to the main event.
Legacy Australia Chairman David Gray says the initiative is a fantastic opportunity to help raise awareness of the organisation, but to also give the selected women a "money can't buy experience".
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"KISS have a very close affiliation with service men and women in the US and we are very happy they have decided to support our vital work here in Australia," Gray said.
"These ladies have made such a huge sacrifice and it is fabulous we are offering them something very, very, special in return."
To date, KISS have raised upwards of two million dollars in funds and millions more in awareness from media for their support of military veteran causes.
For more details on KISS' Australian shows commencing tomorrow night, head to theGuide.