Mary J. Hale, Founder and CEO of the Pink Arrow Project has announced that Marty Raybon has joined the organization to help raise awareness to the project.
“The sure way of knowing of one’s gratefulness is to see someone who has not only confronted death, but also one who has taken on a battle for the cure that brought them to the brink. Mary Hale’s vision of giving back was originated after her bout with Cancer. The Pink Arrow Project is the concept of awareness and a quest to prevent and find the cure. I am proudly standing with the Pink Arrow Project and aiming to do all I can to help this vision and gratefulness. Join with us. Pull the string back and let it fly,” said Marty Raybon, former lead singer of the Country Music Super Group Shenandoah.
Marty Raybon is celebrating four 2012 album releases including “Southern Roots & Branches” and “Hand to the Plow” along with another Rural Rhythm Records’ CD/DVD release titled “Christmas: The Mountain Way” that includes the talents of Dale Ann Bradley, Steve Gulley, Cumberland River, Common Strings and more. Marty also released “Working On A Building” on New Haven Records and is joined on the title track by Trace Adkins, T. Graham Brown and Jimmy Fortune.
“Award-winning vocalist Carrie Hassler and award-winning duo The Roys have recently joined the Pink Arrow Project to help spread the word to music fans that otherwise might not have known about our campaigns and line of Pink products.
We are beyond thrilled to have Marty Raybon on board and certainly appreciate the support of these talented artists – Mary J. Hale.
For more information on the project, please visit PinkArrowProject.com, Facebook and Twitter.
For more information on Marty Raybon, please visit www.martyraybon.com.