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Cattlemen, songwriter unite for holiday promotion

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The U.S. Cattlemen’s Association is once again teaming up with western singer/songwriter Brenn Hill this holiday season to bring the music of our industry to your family and friends. Through the end of December, Brenn Hill will donate a portion of every CD sold through his website to the cattlemen’s association.

Hill has been praised as a true voice of the West and the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association is proud to partner with him once again to bring both the cattlemen’s association and Hill’s message to the public.

This year Hill has released two new albums. “Rodeo Heaven” debuted on iTunes in May, and his first Christmas CD, “North Pole Rodeo,” is now available and contains both old holiday favorites and original songs.

“I am excited to once again partner with the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association,” Hill said. “Working with USCA [U.S. Cattlemen’s Association] links me directly to the ranchers that my songs are written about. These hard-working individuals and families are feeding the nation and world, something that oftentimes is overlooked. Many people take the food that is on their table for granted, but by sharing their stories with my listeners, I feel a great sense of pride in hopefully shedding some much-needed insight on this industry.”

“It’s my pleasure to once again give back to an industry I care a great deal about,” Hill said.

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