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From the City of Bristol, TN 

BRISTOL, TN - Get out your duck calls and sharpen up on your duck calling skills. Why? Mr. Willie Robertson, star of A&E's Duck Dynasty is coming to town!  Family Ministries of Greeneville, TN is bringing the Duck Commander to Viking Hall Civic Center as a fundraising event on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. 

Tickets will go on sale to the public on Saturday, September 7, 2013. To order tickets by phone contact the Viking Hall Box Office at 423-764-0188, online at www.vikinghall.com, or your tickets may be purchased at the Viking Hall Box Office located at 1100 Edgemont Ave., Bristol, TN. Box Office hours are 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. 

Willie Robertson is CEO and partial owner of the duck call company, Duck Commander & Buck Commander, TV personality, businessman, outdoorsman, hunter and author.  His is most recently known best for his appearance on the reality TV series "Duck Dynasty" on A&E.  Willie and his family are known for their Christian faith, and their family values.   He has a business degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe which has helped him build the family business, Duck Commander, into a multi-million dollar empire.

"We are very excited about having Mr. Robertson coming to Bristol's Viking Hall and assisting Family Ministries in their fund raising efforts," said Darlene Cole, Venue Manager for the City of Bristol.  Family Ministries is working to build a 10,000 square foot expansion that will cost $1.65 million.  The expansion will provide adequate classroom space and counseling facilities for the children that Family Ministries serve. 

For more information on event ticketing, please contact the Viking Hall Box Office at 423-764-0188, email arutherford@bristoltn.org  or for more information about the program contact Colleen Cox at 423-943-4989 or ccox@fwbfm.com.

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