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Polished Edge: Ingram, Fowler support this summer’s ‘Don’t mess with Texas’ campaign


Polished Edge: Ingram, Fowler support this summer’s ‘Don’t mess with Texas’ campaign


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AUSTIN -- Country music star Jack Ingram is lending his singing voice to this summer’s “Don’t mess with Texas” litter prevention campaign with music written by songwriting legend Todd Snider. Ingram joins Grammy-winning Tejano performer Sunny Sauceda and country music favorite Kevin Fowler to remind Texans to drop their snack food wrappers and cigarette butts in trash cans, not along the state’s highways. . . .

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