Time Running Out To Help Peavey And Jack Daniel's With Hurricane Relief

There is only one day left to help Peavey Electronics, Hank Williams Jr and Jack Daniel''s raise money for Hurricane Katrina relief. We''re inviting all our friends to participate in a special online auction to win a Peavey Jack Daniel''s guitar autographed by Bocephus himself!
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Hank Williams Jr., a country music icon and the owner of such hits as "Born to Boogie," "A Country Boy Can Survive" and "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight," donated $125,000 from his October 14 concert in Choctaw, Mississippi to Hurricane Katrina relief. During the event he also signed a special black-and-white Peavey Jack Daniel's guitar as a way to raise even more money for the rebuilding efforts along the Gulf Coast.

This prized, playable piece of memorabilia is up for auction on eBay until December 10 at 6:30 p.m. PST, and we want everyone in on the action. The Peavey Jack Daniel's Hurricane Relief Benefit Auction is open to U.S. residents aged 21 or older at www.peavey.com/relief, and all proceeds will go toward the American Red Cross's hurricane relief operations.

In addition, Peavey has pledged 10% of revenues from PV® Series musical instrument and microphone cable sales to the Red Cross for hurricane relief.

For more information, visit their web site at www.peavey.com.