"Buffalo Trace Distillery is offering all 400 bottles to charitable organizations across the country free of charge to auction off and raise money for their worthwhile causes. This commemorative bottling of the Buffalo Trace Sixth Million Barrel will not be available in stores. Bottles will only available to non-profit organizations in the United States wishing to raise funds for their charity.
Each bottle from the Sixth Millionth Barrel has a beautifully handwritten description on the glass. The bottles in turn have been packaged in a numbered hardwood showcase box that includes a piece of the charred oak stave from the historic barrel and small brochure explaining the significance of this collector’s edition.
This commemorative bottling of the Buffalo Trace Sixth Million Barrel will not be available in stores. Bottles will only available to non-profit organizations in the United States wishing to raise funds for their charity."-Buffalo Trace Distillery-www.6thmillionthbarrel.com
On October 1, 2017, at 10:05 p.m., a gunman opened fire on 22,000 country music fans attending the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was the final night of the concert during Jason Aldean's performance, when gunfire erupted from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel onto concertgoers in the festival.
15 minutes. Over 1,100 rounds fired. 58 passed and thousands were injured, in what is now known as the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. History. 87 children lost a parent that night. Approximately 70% of those children, were under the age of 21.
58 Strong Founder, Melissa Williams, is a survivor of the shooting. Melissa created 58 Strong, a 501c3 California Nonprofit corporation, to assist the minor children that lost a parent in the shooting.