Matt Snook (center) sings the Star Spangled Banner with Cars 4 Heroes founder
Terry Franz (directly left of Snook) and participating golfers.


KANSAS CITY, Kan. (April 19th, 2013) – Always eager to serve those that
serve our country, recording artist Matt Snook lent his voice to the 6th
Annual Cars 4 Heroes Golf Tournament at Dub’s Dread Golf Club on
Thursday, April 18th. The event, which raised money for veterans and
their families, also gifted eight cars to needy military families. Snook
kicked off the event by performing the Star Spangled Banner and, later, gave a post-tournament performance of new song I’ve Got Your Back.

“The idea that those that have so selflessly served our country could
come home to hardship blows my mind,” said Snook. “I’m always eager to
help out both active military and our veterans any chance I get. What
Cars 4 Heroes has done today is an incredible thing and I’m so proud to
have been a part of it.”

Snook recently released his latest studio album Forget, which is available for purchase on iTunes.

For more on the event, view video of KMBC Channel 9’s coverage here.

About Cars 4 Heroes:
Established in 1996 by Terry Franz, Cars4Christmas is a not-for-profit
that provides free basic transportation to disadvantaged individuals.
Since its inception, Cars4Christmas has added a second program –
Cars4Heroes – designated to specifically help provide transportation to
veterans and their families. With the belief that most people aren’t
looking for someone to take care of them, the organization makes it
possible for people to take care of themselves by providing a way from
point A to point B. To learn more about Cars4Christmas and Cars4Heroes,

About Matt Snook:
An Edgerton, Missouri-native, Matt Snook tapped into his musical talents
at a young age, winning his first talent competition at age six. His
childhood consisted of trips across the United States to perform at
Oprys and country theaters. As an adult, he performed regularly in
several bands in the Kansas City area before relocating with his wife
Stephanie and two sons to Nashville. Despite a rigorous tour schedule,
Snook spends much of his time working with Feherty’s Troops First
Foundation – participating in five over seas tours over the past five
years. With these platforms and a heart to serve, Snook continues his
plight as a recording artist with the hopes of shining light on those
that serve our country. To learn more about Matt Snook, visit

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