“Kiss for Country” correction
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive Summary"A Kiss for Country" is a charitable program sponsored by the Country Music Association and Mary Kay Cosmetics, not an organization headed by country singer Martina McBride as reported in "The Rose Sheet" Nov. 12. In addition, 31 country artists, not nine, participated in the campaign, in which "some of country music's biggest legends and rising stars ... auction off their kiss prints to benefit the Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation programs committed to ending domestic violence," according to Mary Kay...
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