(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- Garth Brooks raised $3.5 million for flood relief efforts with his nine sold-out shows in Nashville, Tennessee. Now, he's adding to the Christmas cheer with a big donation to Toys for Tots.
Brooks' pal, NFL album Ray Carolin, got on the phone and convinced Spalding Sporting Goods to donate more than 14,000 toys to the cause. Carolin and Santa Claus were on hand Sunday afternoon to drop the toys off at the Bridgestone Arena, where Brooks continued his run of shows.
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