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Feb 05, 2014 | Vonnie Crawford | 1813 views
REALLY big news! REALLY REALLY big news!
The following was posted on the REBELS facebook page last night February 4th

Hey Rebels! Big news coming soon. REALLY big news! REALLY REALLY big news! Stay tuned.......

Tonight's post is 

Have had a lot of people ask what the surprise is. Man, it is big! REALLY big! Like, the entire Country will be in awe big! But, can't say just yet.

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