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Brenn Hill CD holiday promotion continues




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Due to the huge response to the Brenn Hill CD holiday promotion, Jess Peterson, executive vice president of the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association, said Jan. 10 that this promotion is being extended for another month, through Monday, Jan. 31.

Acclaimed singer and songwriter Brenn Hill, who wanted to thank the people who put food on his table, is donating $5 from the purchase of any of his CDs to the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association.

“I find myself thinking sometimes about how I can help ranchers and farmers,” Hill said, “and I thought this would be a small step toward letting them know how much I appreciate everything they do.”

Hill burst on the western music scene a decade ago and quickly became known as the “next voice of the American West.”

Hill has dedicated the widely acclaimed “Into the Wind” to all of the hardworking ranchers across the country, and according to Peterson, the song “is the rallying call for ranchers to continue their successful operation, and it’s the rallying call for USCA [U.S. Cattlemen’s Association] to champion the issues affecting the U.S. cattle industry.”

For information, visit www.brennhill.com
 

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