Jim Bender - US Senate 2010

Hollis, NH- Jim Bender for U.S. Senate is sponsoring former American Idol semi-finalist Ayla Brown in concert on Friday, July 30 at 7:00 pm at Jillian's in Manchester. Tickets are $20 per person, $50 for a family, and children ages 10 and under get in free. The first 100 guests will receive a free Ayla Brown CD. Ayla has been spending a lot of time in Nashville and is getting ready to record a new country single and video.  If you would like to attend this event with us please call the Bender for Senate office at 603-465-9700 or visit the event page at www.benderforsenate.com/ayla. We hope to see you there!


About Jim Bender:

Jim Bender, Republican candidate for US Senate is a New Hampshire business leader with extensive experience building businesses in the consumer and high tech world. As a Washington outsider and expert in technology, finance, and economics, Jim will bring his private sector expertise and fresh outlook to the challenges facing New Hampshire. He will return jobs and economic growth to New Hampshire while he ensures that fiscal responsibility, good governance, and trust are returned to Washington.

Jim and his wife Susan are 24 year residents of Hollis, New Hampshire. Throughout Jim’s career he has been involved in local charitable causes. Jim led the fundraising for a new church in Nashua, New Hampshire, and has contributed in many other local projects in and around his home town of Hollis. Jim’s wife, Susan, and their daughters Jackie and Lauren, have also been active members of their church’s Friendly Visitor Program for more than a decade.  For more info on Jim Bender's US Senate campaign, go to: www.benderforsenate.com.

About Ayla Brown:

Ayla has been able to fulfill a wide variety of roles thanks to her tenacity and hard work. The daughter of loving parents, US Senator Scott Brown and former reporter Gail Huff, and sister of Arianna Brown. Brown is only just beginning her journey through life.   Brown embarked on her American Idol journey in August 2005, after clearing the preliminary rounds, Brown was sent her through to Hollywood. When the votes came in on March 9, Brown did not qualify to move into the Top 12, but she held her head up high and sang a reprise of "Unwritten" for the show's 30 million viewers one last time.

Ayla has made countless local appearances over the past few years. The more memorable ones include performing the National Anthem with the Boston Pops at the Esplanade in Boston to a crowd of almost one million people.  June’s 2007 Kiss 108's after party with Fergie at Rain nightclub in Malden, Massachusetts.  Brown released her first studio album Forward, on Oct. 17 2006. Ayla has been spending a lot of time in Nashville and is getting ready to record a country single and video.  For more on Ayla, go to her official site: www.aylabrown.com.