Jackson's Got Talent raises nearly $100k, sends 4 to national show auditions

(Teton Village, Wyo.) - Friday night, Jackson's best took the stage at Hotel Terra to compete for prizes as well as a five spots for front-of-the-line passes to America’s Got Talent auditions in any upcoming audition city of their choice. The event's popular vote and judge's choice winners received Tibetan Singing Bowls from Nepal. Winners included: 1. The Rick Springsteen Band 2. Powder Clause 3. Addison Hinckley Coby Larsen took home the judge’s choice award. Four contestants also won Fast Passes to the National America's Got Talent auditions in the city of their choice. Winners included: 1. Addison Hinckley 2. Alex Muromcew 3. Sarah Soper 4. Adele Erickson [image: Inline image 1] Adele Erickson. h/t *h/t Gigi Halloran / Pitchengine Communities* *[image: Inline image 2]* *Coby Larsen. *h/t *h/t Gigi Halloran / Pitchengine Communities* "It was a very entertaining and incredibly successful event. We exceeded our already ambitious goal of $85,000," said Carter Callaway, development manager for Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area. "We raised at least $95,000 and the numbers are still rolling in. I am still in awe of the generosity of our community and the energy and passion put towards this event from all of those involved. From our emcee, our judges, our talent, our committee, our sponsors, it was a truly a group effort to raise money to rebuild Nepal!" Jackson’s Got Talent is an annual fundraising event for individual or groups, including musicians, singers, dancers and performers of any type to showcase their talents to raise money to build homes in largely disaster-stricken areas outside of the U.S. This year’s event will raise money to rebuild homes destroyed in the April 2015 Nepal Earthquake. *Feature Photo: Aspen Jacquet. h/t Gigi Halloran / Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #news #whatshappening