STEPHANIE QUAYLE PARTNERS WITH MURDOCH’S RANCH & HOME SUPPLY
Sponsorship Includes Exclusive Video Content
and Stephanie’s Top Picks of the Month
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 24, 2016) – Rebel Engine Entertainment recording artist Stephanie Quayle and Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, the modern day mercantile of country lifestyle gear and apparel, are pleased to announce an official partnership. They have a lot in common–both hail from Bozeman, Mont., both have a strong foundation built on good values and principles and they both aim to put a smile on their customers’ faces, whether it be at a live show for Stephanie or at one of Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply’s 30 stores. When the opportunity for a partnership arose, it was a natural fit.
“I have always been passionate about the outdoors since growing up on our working family farm raising bison and living for my time in the barn with my horses,” says Quayle. “I am beyond excited to team with Murdoch’s to combine my roots and love of the western lifestyle with country music. I have been a fan and loyal customer of Murdoch’s my whole life.”
The partnership focuses on co-branded marketing campaigns and cross promotional collaborations across Stephanie Quayle’s and Murdoch’s platforms, locations and activities. In addition to in-store appearances, Quayle’s Top Picks of the Month will be featured across Murdoch’s social media and store materials. This will include Quayle’s favorite boots, accessories, tops and jeans from the fashion apparel collection as well her favorite equine, farming, camping and firearms equipment.
“Stephanie has demonstrated a unique talent to relate to her fans in a very authentic way,” said Teresa Harting, Chief Marketing Officer of Murdoch’s. “Through her music and lifestyle, she connects personally with people. For a company like Murdoch’s that puts a strong emphasis on customer service and taking care of the people in our communities, that was very important to us.”
Quayle has been on the road in support of her latest single, “Drinking With Dolly.” The single is currently climbing the charts at major radio and continues upward momentum. Click here to download “Drinking With Dolly.”
For more information on Stephanie Quayle visit stephaniequayle.com and follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
Stephanie Quayle on Tour
Aug. 24 – Cone Denim Center – Greensboro, N.C.
Sept. 08 – Apres Lounge – New Orleans, La.
Sept. 10 – Sacajawea Songwriter Festival – Three Forks, Mont.
Sept. 18 – The Millennium Center – Winston-Salem, N.C.
Sept. 24 – Island Hopper Songwriter Festival – Fort Myers, Fla.
Sept. 25 – Island Hopper Songwriter Festival – Fort Myers, Fla.
Oct. 01 – White Oak Amphitheatre – Greensboro, N.C.
Oct. 2 – Townsend Fall Festival – Townsend, Mont.
Oct. 14 – Stoney’s Rockin Country – Las Vegas, Nev.
Oct. 16 – The Saddle Rack – Fremont, Calif.
.@StephanieQuayle partners w/@Murdochs to bring you her Top Picks of the Month & exclusive video content (LINK)
ABOUT STEPHANIE QUAYLE
Stephanie Quayle, an artist arriving on the scene of modern country music in impeccable timing. The vibrant blonde has a knack to captivate whether it be a stranger, a crowded room or a packed venue. From Quayle’s radiating energy and booming personality to the passion and intensity delivered in her music, the magnetic singer-songwriter grabs hold of an audience and doesn’t let go as she belts out her songs behind her guitar and piano. Quayle’s current single, “Drinking With Dolly” is one close to her heart. It is an anthem for all the women of country in a time when female artists are rising together to make a major impact in today’s music scene. Growing up on a working bison farm in Montana, Quayle spent much of her time out in the barn mucking horse stalls while listening to the local AM radio. Her early introduction to country music sparked her passion to sing, write and play. With her western upbringing she is just as comfortable riding horseback and in the gun range as she is up on stage performing.
In 1994 the first Murdoch’s store opened in Bozeman, Mont. The hope was that the store would appeal to the town’s local ranchers, outdoorsy people and, well, most everyone else. Turns out that founder John Murdoch was onto something, and by 1996 the bustling store needed room to grow. That’s when he moved the store to its present location in Bozeman. The story spread like wildfire, and two short years later Murdoch’s expanded yet again—this time to almost 50,000 square feet with literally thousands of first-rate products on the floor: ag supplies and fencing, animal health and feed, sporting goods, tools, auto accessories, pet supplies, footwear, clothing, hardware, lawn and garden, tack, gifts and toys. Along the way, more stores opened in Montana and other all-American towns like Montrose, Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo. In 2004 the name was changed to Murdoch’s. Today, Murdoch’s is proud to have 30 stores spanning five states as well as an e-commerce website.