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SEC Network's Finebaum to speak at MJ fundraiser

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Prime Nation Entertainment is bringing Paul Finebaum of the SEC Network and ESPN along with 104.5 The Zone's Chad Withrow and "special guests" to Victory Baptist Church in Mt. Juliet on Saturday, June 10, to raise funds for the Mt. Juliet Youth Football and Cheerleading League.

Finebaum is an author, television and radio personality and former columnist based in Birmingham, Ala. His primary focus is sports, particularly those in the Southeastern Conference. He is the host of the "Paul Finebaum Show" on the SEC Network and a frequent commentator on ESPN.

Finebaum and Withrow, along with special guests, will be at Victory Baptist Church on Saturday, June 10, for a fun-filled evening where guests will have the unique opportunity to interact with them.

General admission tickets to the event are free. Because of limited space, those who plan to attend must register online for free tickets. Attendees may also purchase "meet and greet" passes for $100 or two "meet and greet" passes for $150. To register for tickets or purchase passes, visit PrimeNationTN.com.

The meet and greet is set to begin at 4 p.m., and doors will open for the main event at 4:30 p.m. The main event is scheduled to go from 5 until 6:30 p.m.

"This will be a wonderful event where you and your family will hear from one of the leading voices of the SEC," Prime Nation Entertainment's Jeremy H.G. Hayes said. "This will also be an interactive event where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and hear the responses from Paul Finebaum, Chad Withrow and the several special guests who will also be at the event. Our team looks forward to bringing these incredible personalities to Mt. Juliet for an event you will always remember."

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