Alan Jackson is teaming up with Ply Gem Industries as the company’s ambassador for its “Home for Good” project, which aims to build 300 homes across in the U.S. with Habitat for Humanity.

The artist will be promoting the cause via social media, special promotional offers for fans, and supporting a Builders Blitz event in Nashville, coinciding with the June 2016 CMA Music Festival. The campaign will center around his tune “You Can Always Come Home" from his recent album Angels and Alcohol, which will serve as an anthem throughout the program to remind audiences of the importance of having a place to call home.

“I’m honored to partner with Ply Gem and Habitat for Humanity on their goal to build 300 homes,” shares the country legend. “Everyone deserves a place they can call home.”

Jackson is launching the first phase of the program Monday (Nov. 23) with a sweepstakes titled Alan Jackson’s ‘You Can Always Come Home’ for the Holidays Contest, which will grant two lucky fans paid airfare for two (each) to travel to visit family for the holidays. To enter, fans will submit a video explaining why they want to go home for the holidays. More details can be found on the contest site.

The artist also recently released a special three-album collection titled Genuine: The Alan Jackson Story, a box set containing 59 recordings from his time with Arista Nashville, eight of which are previously unreleased. It also includes a booklet with tributes to Jackson written by several fellow country stars, like Kenny Chesney, Alison Krauss, Carrie Underwood, George Jones and Martina McBride.

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