Take Social Action with Cupla in “My Stand”
(Nashville, TN – June 18) The British Columbia rock group, Cupla, is slated to release their global anthem, “My Stand” Tues. July 17. Available in all digital retail outlets, “My Stand” is Cupla’s response to end the cycle of bullying. This is a worldwide epidemic and a call to act now.
Cupla is receiving photos from fans everywhere in the creation of their promotional video with a collage of personal messages to end the pain of bullying. Send a still photo of you holding your message on or before June 22 to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
And here’s another thing.
Mother Teresa famously said, “I was once asked why I don’t participate in anti-war demonstrations. I said that I will never do that, but as soon as you have a pro-peace rally, I’ll be there.”
We’re looking for a positive message to accompany Cupla’s campaign. Dozens of non-profit organizations and foundations dedicated to this cause have been unable to find the right brand to call for positive change. If you come up with a slogan Cupla can use, you will be given full credit in all worldwide publicity and promotion. Send your ideas in a photo by the deadline above, or if you come up with something later email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“My Stand” was written in response to the movie, Bully. Bobby McAloney, one half of the identical twins in Cupla wrote the song in just a few minutes after seeing this movie. The band immediately set out to raise money to record the single with Grammy-winning producer and recording artist, Eric Tingstad of Seattle. Cupla is a five-piece rock group fronted by Tricia McAloney which was founded by her husband, Bill McAloney, with his twin brother, Bobby. Cupla (koop-luh) is the Gaelic word for twin.
For more information about Cupla, please visit http://www.cupla.ca
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Contact: Janet Hansen
Con Brio PR