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NCBA National Anthem Contest down to final four


The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) has narrowed down the search for the next young voice to sing the National Anthem at the 2017 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade show February 1- 3 in Nashville, Tennessee.

The public can now preview the talent and cast their vote for one of these young ladies to take the stage at the opening general session and at the Friday night Grand Old Opry event:

  • Morgan Crouse, 18, Loma, Colorado
  • Emalee Hoffmann, 17, New Waverly, Texas
  • Sage Patchin, 16, Shelley, Idaho
  • Cora Wood, 15, Crow Agency, Montana

The fourth annual National Anthem Singing Contest was open to those that are 18 or younger and related to an NCBA, ANCW, or CBB member.

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.

Voting will be open to the public November 1 to  23 (one vote per day, per person) and the winner will be announced on December 2.

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