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Sara Evans official ambassador for National Eating Disorders Association

Tuesday, February 28, 2006 – Sara Evans was named an official ambassador for the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), it was announced today, during NEDA's 19th annual National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW), Feb. 26th - March 4th.

Evans - currently on the road with label mate Brad Paisley for the Time Well Wasted tour - has had hits including "Born to Fly," "Perfect," "Suds in the Bucket," "Cheatin'" and "A Real Fine Place To Start."

After watching a close friend battle a life threatening eating disorder, Evans, a mother of two daughters, made the decision to devote herself to the cause.

"I am so honored to announce my affiliation as an ambassador for NEDA," said Evans. "Thankfully I have never suffered from an eating disorder, but am well aware of our society's obsession with body image. My passion for this cause is much more personal. I almost lost my best friend to anorexia. I am lending my voice as an entertainer, a mom and a friend because I want to bring great awareness to this cause."


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