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Cameo, the site for personalized videos and fan interactions, has announced their limited-time “Cameo Goes Country” fundraising event in partnership with the Academy of Country Music’s ACM Lifting Lives charity.
The “Cameo Goes Country” campaign runs through Wednesday, June 30, where fans can view talent, book, personalized messages, and purchase virtual meet-and-greet tickets from some of country music’s biggest stars. Kicking-off the event, a variety of exclusive, first-come, first-served, and limited-time offers will be available from artists like Carrie Underwood, Chrissy Metz, Kip Moore, Mickey Guyton, Tyler Hubbard and more. You can book each artist for personalized shout-outs on Cameo to your friends, families or colleagues (think happy birthday messages, an anniversary surprise or a “job well done” from one of country music’s A-list stars). Check out availability here.
More than 25 participating artists will donate 100% of their proceeds to ACM Lifting Lives’ Covid-19 Response Fund, and music therapy programs for health related issues, both mental and physical. Created in April 2020, the Covid-19 Response Fund has distributed over $3.5 million to help those working in the Country music industry who have suffered financial crisis as a result of the pandemic.
Cameo’s charitable campaign will continue adding exclusive offers from new artists, country music celebrities and supporters throughout the month of June to help raise funds for ACM Lifting Lives, so fans should check the site daily for updates.
Pricing for Cameo’s country music collab ranges from $15 to $400. Many of the participating stars have a response rate within 24 hours, meaning you’ll receive your personalized Cameo message by the next day.