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Trace Adkins Returns Home to Play Concert at Muddy Bottoms During "Muddin' for the Military" Fourth of July Weekend

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SAREPTA, La., June 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A native of Sarepta, Louisiana, Trace Adkins is coming home to headline a concert at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 5 during "Muddin' for the Military" at Muddy Bottoms ATV & Recreation Park. Muddin' for the Military is presented by SuperATV. Gates open at 10:00 a.m. on July 3 and the park remains open through Sunday, July 6 for the muddiest July 4th weekend event in the country.

Country Superstar Trace Adkins Returns Home to Play Concert at Muddy Bottoms ATV & Recreation Park during “Muddin’ for the Military” over Fourth of July Weekend. Tickets for Muddin’ for the Military are on-sale now for $55 a person at www.MuddyBottomsATV.com; admission is $60 at the gate. In addition to the concert, the entrance fee is good for the entire weekend of mud riding fun.

"This is my hometown," said Trace Adkins. "It'll be nice to come back home and see something that's not only great for the area and the folks who live there, but also puts Sarepta on the map because it's the biggest, baddest mud park in the country."

Muddy Bottoms and H.O.P.E. Outdoor Adventures have teamed up to host the 3rd Annual Muddin' for the Military. Proceeds from the event will support Lone Star Warrior Outdoor, which provides all-expenses-paid hunting or fishing trips for wounded Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans.

"I can't think of a more fun way to support and celebrate our country's war veterans than what we're doing at Muddy Bottoms, the nation's premier ATV park, over 4th of July weekend," said Harold Hunt, Owner of SuperATV. "We'll have a great time doing our duty to raise funds that will be used to reward our troops for the sacrifices they've made."

"In addition to the Trace Adkins concert on Saturday, events will be happening all weekend at the park that are sure to create lasting memories for the mud riders who turn out," said Jeff Drost, Park Manager of Muddy Bottoms. "There will be a huge fireworks show on July 4th at 9:00 p.m., live and silent auctions with proceeds benefiting Lone Star Warrior Outdoor, as well as races with some of the fastest ATVs and SXSs around as part of the Xtreme Mud Racing Series. It will be an action-packed weekend, supporting a great cause."

Tickets for Muddin' for the Military are on-sale now for $55 a person at www.muddybottomsatv.com; admission is $60 at the gate. In addition to the concert, the entrance fee is good for the entire weekend of mud riding fun.

From live music at the giant outdoor amphitheatre and ATV races, to a wide array of mud bogs and miles of trails that are sure to challenge riders of every skill level, Muddy Bottoms is an ATV-rider's paradise. To stay up to date on everything happening at Muddy Bottoms, like them on Facebook at www.FB.com/muddybottomsatv.

About the Park
Muddy Bottoms ATV & Recreation Park is a scenic, 5,000 acre park dedicated to providing the ultimate outdoor experience. The largest mud park of its kind is located just 45 minutes northeast of Shreveport, Louisiana off HWY 371 North in Sarepta. The park offers patrons amenities such as a welcome center, a fuel station, spray park, climate controlled shower house, pro shop/convenience store, repair garage, eating pavilion, amphitheatre, 184 full-service RV hookups, hundreds of acres designated for primitive camping, dump station, along with miles of multiple-terrain trails and mud bogs for all types of riders, and plenty of North Louisiana mud.

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