Patchin to sing National Anthem at 2017 NCBA

· December 2, 2016

America has chosen Sage Patchin to belt out the National Anthem this year at The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA)  2017 Cattle Industry Convention and Trade show February 1- 3 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Patchin, who hails from Shelley, Indiana, was voted the winner of the 2017 Tune Up For Tennessee National Anthem Contest.  The 16-year-old will kick off the Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show during the Opening General Session on Wednesday, February 1. She will also welcome guests to the Cowboy’s Night at the Grand Ole Opry event on Friday, February 3.

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. Patchin was one of four finalists the public  previewed and cast their vote for online.

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

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