Country music’s Gary Allan throws ring into NWTF auction hat

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Gary Allan is a multi-platinum-selling country artist best-known for hit singles like “Nothing On But the Radio,” “Watching Airplanes” and “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain),” but the singer recently put another talent on display with the donation of a custom-made ring to the National Wild Turkey Federation Convention and Sport Show.

The ring, an original design cast by Allan, is made of solid sterling silver, accented with seven diamonds and would retail for $2,800, according to an NWTF release. For those interested, the one-of-a-kind item will be available in the NWTF’s Ladies’ Auction on Friday, Feb. 17, during the NWTF Convention and Sport Show currently going on in Nashville.

Allan, also a member of the conservation organization, will perform a private concert for fellow NWTF members during the convention’s Saturday night awards banquet.

To learn more about the NWTF Convention and Sport Show, visit www.nwtf.org/convention.

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