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Country Stars Join New Anti-Bullying Initiative


(Stamford, CT) -- Florida Georgia Line and Darius Rucker are taking a new stand against bullying. They're among the celebrities who've signed on with the WWE and The Creative Coalition's new S.T.A.R. Alliance. The country stars will join other members in spreading the message of tolerance and respect, and encouraging kids to stand up against bullies. The diverse group of celebrities also includes the band Train, rapper Flo Rida, and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz, as well as Sharon Osbourne, actor Omar Epps, the Toronto Blue Jays' Jose Bautista, and others. More information on the S.T.A.R. Alliance is available at community.wwe.com.

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