Martina McBride announced a partnership with Amtrack back in September, to help publicize the release of her Eleven CD.  As we reported, It was designed to be a good ol' fashioned barnstorming tour to highlight the album.

Well now, the tour has finally wrapped up, and the miles she travelled were pretty impressive.  She reportedly travelled over 2,400 miles from the west to the east and topeed off the barnstorming with a historic concert from the 80th floor of the Empire State Building in New York.

In regards to the single from the album, I'm Gonna Love You Through It, the final concert of the entire tour was sponsored by the Stanford Women's Cancer Center.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Martina was given the honor of flipping a switch that bathed the Empire State Building in pink to commemorate the month and the struggle against breast concert.  
The tour included 11 scheduled stops and at each one, Martina honored a breast cancer survivor.  Not only that, but Martina teamed with PinkTogether to donate $11,000 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Viewers of the Late Show with David Letterman and Good Morning America were also treated to a liver performance of I’m Gonna Love You Through it during the New York City stop.
The single is currently charting at # 28 on Billboard Magazine's Top Country Singles.
There will be other singles released from the album in the future, but right now, I'm Gonna Love You Through It is the one making the biggest splash.
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