To raise money for the Nashville flood victims, the Grand Ole Opry is asking Country Music fans to go to their website and play the Country Music Video Challege. Available now, the challenge asks questions about different video clips of Country Music performances.
Throughout the game, players are asked by their favorite Country stars to donate to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s flood relief efforts. According to a news release, Opry sponsor Humana has also pleged to donate $1 for each of the first 25,000 fans who play the game.
Fans who play the game will be entered to win one-of-a-kind prizes, including a Gibson guitar signed by Brad Paisley, $500 cash and a trip to Nashville with VIP tickets to the Opry.
Opry Interactive Manager Angie Reynolds said the idea for the Video Challenge sparked from the many questions they received from people worldwide on how they can help Nashville flood victims.
“The Challenge is a great way for Country Music fans to assist with Nashville flood relief from their computer keyboards, competing with their friends to see who best knows their Kenny Chesney from their Kenny Rogers and their ‘Your Cheatin’ Heart’ from their ‘Before He Cheats,’” Reynolds said.
You can play The Challenge at opry.com, and challenge your friends to play via Facebook and Twitter.