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Florida Georgia Line Honored With Corn Maze


(Undated) -- Florida Georgia Line is the latest country act to have their likeness plowed in a field. The country duo provides the image for the 2014 Corn Dawgs Corn Maze. The Loganville, Georgia farm explains on Facebook that they chose to honor Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard because Tyler "calls Walton County home." And Tyler admits he's honored. He's posted an aerial photo of the field on Instagram, and says he "can't even believe this is real." The maze includes the initials F-G-L, along with Brian and Tyler's faces and names and an acoustic guitar. The Corn Dawgs' Florida Georgia Line corn maze will open September 21st.

Florida Georgia Line joins a list of country stars who've previously received the agricultural acknowledgment. George Jones, Alan Jackson, Kellie Pickler, and Taylor Swift are some of the others who've previously had corn mazes created in their honor.

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