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article imageAllison Veltz kicks off campaign for Nashville Humane Association

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 30, 2014 in Music
Nashville - Country newcomer Allison Veltz's new music video for "Bright Side" features a puppy named "Penny," who was adopted from the Nashville Humane Association.
This year, Veltz made Digital Journal's "Top 10 Female Country Singers To Watch" list.
Her lyric video for her debut single "Bright Side" was filmed in Nashville, Tennessee, and directed by Justin Key, who has worked with such artists as Taylor Swift and The Band Perry. It was produced by Mark Bright (who has worked with Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts, Reba McEntire, Sara Evans) and songwriter Dan Muckala.
The dog "Penny" was found wandering the streets of Nashville, prior to her adoption from the Nashville Humane Association. Veltz' time on the video set with "Penny" has inspired her to rescue her own puppy, "Bruno," from the Nashville Humane Association.
In an effort to showcase her appreciation for "Penny's" work on the video set, the country singer announced her "Pennies For Penny" campaign, where she and her record label, Blaster Records, will kick off the campaign with a donation, and the fans can pitch in by watching the video between June 30 and July 20.
With every view that the video gets, an additional penny will be donated to the Nashville Humane Association, where "Penny" was sheltered while waiting for a new home. The funds will be donated in "Penny's" honor and they will help more dogs find their warm homes.
To learn more about songstress Allison Veltz and her latest endeavors, visit her Facebook page.
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