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Mary Kay puckers up

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

"Kiss prints" from country stars including Martina McBride and Wynonna are auctioned off Nov. 6 on 1www.uBid.com, with proceeds going toward Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation's efforts to curb domestic violence, according to Mary Kay. The auction is part of McBride's "A Kiss for Country" charity campaign and is tied to the Country Music Association Awards, of which Mary Kay is the official beauty sponsor. In addition, Mary Kay is donating to the cause $20,000 in each of the nine participating country artists' names. The prints are on display at the Mary Kay Makeup Touch-UP Station at the 2007 CMA Awards Nov. 7. "The Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation is grateful for the partnership and support of the Country Music Association, as well as the generosity of such high-profile Country Music artists for contributing to the 'A Kiss for Country' charitable campaign," Karen Rogers, board member of the Mary Kay Ash Foundation, says...

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