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Brenn Hill, cattlemen partner on behalf of cattle producers
Looking to build on the success of last year’s partnership, the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association and western musician Brenn Hill have teamed up once again for U.S. cattle producers, according to a Dec. 13 cattlemen’s press release. Starting now through January, Hill will donate a portion of every CD sold through his website to the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association.
Hill has based his music on his appreciation for America’s farmers and ranchers and continues to see the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association as the ideal outfit to pair that message with. Hill’s music embodies the spirit of the industry and serves as a tribute to those who seek to keep the nation’s cattle industry close to its roots -- the producers. Hill continues to champion the efforts of U.S. cattle producers who put food on the table.
“Celebrities teaming up with PETA [People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals] and anti-agriculture groups are a constant topic at cattle industry meetings,” said U.S. Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) Executive Vice President Jess Peterson. “Now more than ever, the livestock industry needs a celebrity of its own. Brenn Hill is that celebrity, and USCA is honored to stand with him.”
“Cattle producers are proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with Brenn Hill in order to put a face and a story to our way of life. Brenn’s music is solid to its core and he remains true to his western roots and ties to rural America,” Peterson said. “When you have an opportunity to team up with someone of Brenn’s character and caliber, it is truly a win-win situation for cattle producers.”
“I urge each and every one of you to log on to www.brennhill.com and purchase a CD,” urged Peterson. “PETA has Carrie Underwood, and we have Brenn Hill; let’s show our rancher and rural pride by purchasing a Brenn Hill CD during this holiday season.”
“I am proud to be helping out ranchers this holiday season,” Hill said. “Cattle producers are part of a small group of heroes in this country. They feed the nation and world and they continue to make America great. It’s an honor to continually carry that message through my music and performances.”
Hill burst on the western music scene a decade ago and quickly became known as the “next voice of the American West.” “Equine,” his latest release, is garnering tremendous response from fans, peers, and music critics alike. For more information, visit www.brennhill.com.
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