STEPHEN COCHRAN Delivers “Hope” to Veterans Across the U.S.!

Nashville, TN (April 19, 2010) – 25,000 copies of STEPHEN COCHRAN’s NEW “Hope” CD/DVD sets have been distributed to veterans medical research facilities across the nation! Each facility is receiving 100 copies to share with their patients as well as forms to order additional copies.

The packaging includes Stephen’s new video for “Hope,” as well as a separate DVD video which highlights the Veteran Affairs’ (VA) accomplishments during the past 85 years and outlines research areas that are improving veterans’ lives.

Stephen co-wrote the lyrics for “Hope” in hopes of reaching out to fellow veterans. The VA collaborated with Stephen and his band, the New Country Outlaws, to film a video for “Hope.”

Stephen and his band will be on hand in Washington D.C. next week to participate in the United States Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Research Week 2010 kickoffs event beginning April 22 at the VA Central Office. The event’s theme is “Turning Hope Into Reality: 85 Years of Advancement, Innovation, and Discovery,” which celebrates and recognizes critical achievements and advancements by VA researchers and honors the veterans who volunteer to participate in VA research. Stephen has also been invited as a guest speaker and he will also moderate the “Hope for the Journey” veteran panel.

The following week, Stephen’s video will debut during the United States Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Research Week 2010 (April 26 – 30). The video will also be added to the VA YouTube page at: http://www.youtube.com/user/DeptVetAffairs.

For additional information regarding Research Week events and the VA Research program, please visit http://www.research.va.gov/researchweek.

STAR Country Media

Stephen Cochran Photo Courtesy of STAR Country Media

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