The Music Farm, a musical instrument retailer today announced the BandSurge Music Gear Giveaway. This contest is open to everyone worldwide, simply by liking The Music Farm fan page on Facebook, sharing the page, and entering in a few, simple details. One lucky winner will receive a massive gear giveaway containing enough equipment to outfit an entire band. This prize package is valued at over $7,000 and will be awarded in the drawing to be held January 25, 2013 at the Winter NAMM trade show in Anaheim, California.
Company President, Brian Robinson states, "Most contests are pretty one dimensional. What if the delivery truck pulled up to your house with enough gear to outfit your entire band? Everybody who likes our Facebook page and enters the contest has a chance to win this collection of quality gear." Mr. Robinson concluded by saying, "The Music Farm wants to step it up and give our fans a chance to win something really special. Some lucky person or band is going to very happy."
The winner of BandSurge will receive an assortment of ten pieces of music gear to include items from Charvel Guitars, Parker Guitars, Yamaha, Pigtronix, Sozo Guitars, TC Electronic, Washburn, Diamond Amps and more. Retail value of the prize package is over $7,000. To enter the contest, one simply needs to like The Music Farm official Facebook page, share, and enter in your details. On January 25, one name from the contest entries will be randomly selected (electronically) from the database as the lucky winner. Those who are already fans can enter the contest as well.
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