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Like Gear4music's Facebook and You Could Win a Korg microSAMPLER
Leading musical instrument retailer Gear4music.com, is giving away a Korg microSAMPLER keyboard worth Ã‚Â£249 to a lucky Facebook user.
Entering the competitions is easy - visit the Gear4music's Facebook Page and provide a name and email address following the simple on screen instructions.
Only Facebook fans of the company are allowed to enter, so people must hit 'Like' on the Facebook Page first.
By liking the Gear4music Page, not only do browsers have the opportunity to enter the microSAMPLER competition, but they will also keep up to date with the latest music news, release and offers.
Jonathan Meager, Marketing Manager at Gear4music.com commented "we see Facebook as a really exciting opportunity to keep in touch with our loyal customers, friends and fans."
"Not only do we get to share exciting news and offers with them, but we can listen to what they want to tell us, whether it be things they've liked about the Gear4music.com experience, or things they'd like to see improving."
The competition runs until midnight on Tuesday 19th July via Gear4music's Facebook Page.
As anyone can enter, people can share the offer with their friends via Facebook, Twitter and Forums.Posted on 4 Jul 2011 17:04 to category : Music News
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