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ACM NAMES NEW OFFERS, PROVIDES $$$ FOR ACM LIFTING LIVES
10/10/17

The Academy of Country Music has announced its newly elected officers for the 2017-2018 term and a $500k contribution to ACM Lifting Lives. Ticket proceeds from several events held across Las Vegas in April will serve ACM Lifting Lives’ ongoing mission to improve lives through the power of music. Past philanthropic works have included disaster relief, helping communities in need and music education for kids with disabilities, along with supporting programs that use music therapy as a means to help veterans and wounded warriors while also providing grants to help them ease back into life.

Here are the new officers of the board, whose terms begin next month: 

Chairman of the Board: Ben Vaughn, Warner/Chappell Nashville President: Duane Clark, FBMM Vice-President: Ed Warm, Joe’s Live Treasurer: Carmen Romano‚Äč, FBMM Parliamentarian: Paul Moore, PGM Connections Sergeant-at-Arms: Tim DuBois, Artist Management Partners Secretary: Tommy Moore, ACM

Money shot (l-r): ACM CEO Pete Fisher, Duane Clark, Ben Vaughn, Paul Moore, ACM Chairman Ken Tucker, Carmen Romano, Secretary Tommy Moore and ACM Lifting Lives Chairman Ed Warm