|OWL CITY TEAMS UP WITH CONAGRA FOODS TO KICK-OFF CHILD HUNGER ENDS HERE CAMPAIGN WITH ORIGINAL SONG, ‘HERE’S HOPE’
PENNED BY HUNTER HAYES, LUKE LAIRD (CARRIE UNDERWOOD) AND BARRY DEAN (REBA McENTIRE)
Song is Available at ChildHungerEndsHere.com
Owl City Gearing up for New Album Release this Summer!
About ConAgra Foods
ConAgra Foods, Inc., (NYSE: CAG), is one of North America’s leading food companies, with brands in 97 percent of American households. ConAgra Foods provides some of America’s long-time favorites. Consumers can find Chef Boyardee, Egg Beaters, Hebrew National, Hunt’s Tomato Sauces and Ketchup, Marie Callender’s, Orville Redenbacher’s, PAM, Reddi-wip, Slim Jim Meat Sticks and Beef Jerky and many other ConAgra Foods brands in grocery, convenience, mass merchandise and club stores. ConAgra Foods operates ReadySetEat.com, an interactive recipe website that provides consumers with Easy Dinner Recipes and more. ConAgra Foods also has a strong business-to-business presence, supplying frozen potato and sweet potato products as well as other vegetable, spice and grain products to a variety of well-known restaurants, foodservice operators and commercial customers. For more information, please visit us at http://www.conagrafoods.com.
About Feeding America
Feeding America provides low-income individuals and families with the fuel to survive and even thrive. As the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity, our network members supply food to more than 37 million Americans each year, including 14 million children and 3 million seniors. Serving the entire United States, more than 200 member food banks support 63,000 agencies that address hunger in all of its forms. For more information on how you can fight hunger in your community and across the country, visit http://www.feedingamerica.org. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/FeedingAmerica or follow our news on Twitter at twitter.com/FeedingAmerica.
About Owl City
Owl City exploded onto the scene with the success of his major label debut Ocean Eyes. Released by Universal Republic Records in July 2009, the album topped the Billboard Rock, Alternative, and Dance/Electronic charts and was certified platinum in the U.S. It also spawned the quadruple platinum hit “Fireflies,” which hit #1 in 24 countries including twice in the U.S. Following his debut release, Owl City went on his first headlining tour and sold out shows across 4 continents, scarcely taking a break until it was time to record a new album. In the winter of 2010, the electro-pop aficionado went back into the basement where it all began and recorded his sophomore release All Things Bright and Beautiful, which was released on June 14th, 2011. That same week, Owl City kicked off another worldwide headlining tour bringing with him some new songs as well as his exciting live show. The 76 date trek took the band across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia and as the All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour drew to a close, the Owl City – Live from Los Angeles DVD was released. Owl City is currently working on a new album tentatively set for a Summer 2012 release.
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