Midlife Chryslers Benefit Concert Update - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Midlife Chryslers Benefit Concert Update

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Recently, the Billings band "The Midlife Chryslers," put on a concert to benefit the American Cancer Society's Yellowstone County Relay For Life.

According to band member Doug McBride, the event raised more than $8,000.

"I think the whole band is really encouraged. We had a great evening, we had a lot of folks and we had a lot of fun, and what's encouraging is to see a generousness of all the people in attendance," says McBride.

The American Cancer Society has raised more than $280,000 so far for the Yellowstone Relay For Life. The organization's goal is to raise around $595,000.

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