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Great art of the world: The Big Dawg sculpture

2013-12-29 - The Big Dawg studio, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM radio.
Our station 99.9 The Big Dawg now officially owns this wood carved Blood Hound.
Taylor County Fair Board donated the hound to the Big Dawg Toys For Kids program to be auctioned off to provide Christmas to our needy children. During last seasons Taylor County Fair the Woodcarver Dennis Beach was my guest talking about the chainsaw art and I ask him if he would carve a "Big Dawg" and he said no problem and he did and the dog has been on display in our window since June. The Dog was purchased by Brandon Cox of Campbellsville, KY for $500.00, Cox the came to the station and paid the $500.00 and sent me a message that he would sell the radio station the dog, so I called him and we bought it...This dog is a real eye catcher in our showcase studio on Main Street in Campbellsville and for many years to come this wood carved dog will be a conversation piece. Who knows, it may surpass the RCA logo, 'His Master's Voice' as the most famous logo in the world. - LARRY SMITH, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM, Campbellsville, KY

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