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NCBA is looking for the next young voice

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“Oh say, can you …” sing? If your kids support the beef industry and can belt out the Spar-Spangled Banner, you might want to consider entering them in the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association National Anthem Singing Contest for a chance to sing at the 2017 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show in Nashville, Tennessee.

NCBA’s fourth annual National Anthem Singing Contest is now open to those that are 18 or younger and related to an NCBA, ANCW or CBB member. The contest winner will sing the Star Spangled Banner at the opening general session and at the Friday night Grand Old Opry event. Entries are being accepted now through October 21, 2016.

The winner will receive roundtrip airfare for two to Nashville, one hotel room for four nights and free registration for two to the 2017 convention.

The top four finalists will be chosen by Oct. 31 and posted to www.beefusa.org. Voting will be opened up to the public November 1 to  23 (one vote per day, per person) and the winner will be announced on Dec. 2.

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