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MINT DAY FOR CCCC
6/30/22

Get out your crypto wallets as Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and wife Brittney Kelley, alongside WHY&HOW’s CEO/Founder Bruce Kalmick and Ventures President Bryan Bulte, have officially announced 6/30 as Mint Day for their limited NFT collection, Chill Cowboy Country Club (CCCC).

The team has also partnered with Dallas-based Web3 and NFT platform and marketplace Tronic to give members exclusive access to the benefits and experiences as the community is built with the latest Web3 technology.

“We are beyond excited to partner up with Tronic. We believe their knowledge and expertise will take CCCC to the next level,” said Brian and Brittney.

“The world of Web3 provides CCCC a secure way to offer members the one-of-a-kind experiences they crave,” said Travis McElroy, Tronic Founder. “With their membership NFTs in their digital wallets, owners are gaining access to a community that was made for them, exclusively.”

Fans who purchase one of the 6,000 “Chill Cowboys and Cowgirls” tokens—designed by Benedict Aiteobhor(Invisible Friends NFT)—will gain exclusive membership into the club, which offers General Admission, VIP and Legendary tiers. All levels include admission to the Chill Cowboy Fest, access to artist AMAs, “Members Only” merch and more, while VIP and Legendary members will receive more curated opportunities.

“Web3 is about the artists actually making more revenue and the fans being able to participate in a financial outcome. It’s about sharing, transparency, and most of all – community,” shared Bulte.

Additionally, CCCC will donate a portion of profits to Nashville-based nonprofit Notes for Notes, which builds, equips and staffs after-school recording studios that provide free access to youths who want to explore, create and record music.

Tokens are available as of 3pm CT here.

Photo credit: Benedict Aiteobhor