Stephanie Quayle, who toured KOA campgrounds in 2017 as part of her “Winnebago” Tour, holds the mission of KOA Care Camps close to her heart. After being introduced to the charity, which sends children with cancer to medically supervised summer camps across the US and Canada, she knew she wanted to bring the mission to her next series of KOA concerts.
“As a kid, going camping was something I looked forward to each year,” Quayle reminisces. “My memories of camping with my grandparents are some of my fondest. To be able to help provide some of those experiences with children who so desperately need it is an honor.”
Dubbed, “Quayle for a Cause,” Quayle will hold three mini concerts in Florida to raise money for KOA Care Camps through donations from campers and fans. The concerts will be held at St. Petersburg / Madeira Beach KOA Holiday, Orlando SW KOA Holiday, and Okeechobee KOA Resort this January and open to the public, the cost is just $10 with all proceeds going to KOA Care Camps.
Stephanie released her album “Love the Way You See Me”, September 1, 2017 and it has quickly gained attention and momentum, resulting in her becoming the best-selling independent female Country artist to make her national debut in 2017, according to Neilsen Soundscan. She was named one of “Ten New Country Artists You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone Country and has become a media darling earning praise from People, CMT.com, Billboard, Huffington Post, Sounds Like Nashville, NASH Country Daily, and Inspirer Magazine, who called the album “Country music at its finest.”