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"Everyday record labels, managers, and music marketing companies form new deals and partnerships with magazines, television channels, and websites to create new innovative ways to promote and expose their artists and bands to new audiences. However, most of the time these contests and giveaways are scattered in various places making it hard for music fans to find them. That’s where we come in. Since it’s inception in September of 2007, winMUSICwin.com has aimed to find any and all music related contests on the internet and making them readily available in one place."

"The entire site is maintained, and run by social media enthusiast and music lover, Luis Mendoza who currently resides in mid-city Los Angeles. He is an avid metro rider and aspiring graphic designer currently attending California State University Northridge majoring in Graphic Design. When he’s not at home scouring the Internet for music contests and Twittering away, you can find him on the road touring on the Vans Warped Tour and Rockstar Taste Of Chaos."

Visit WinMusicWin.com

The dude has checked out the website and twitter offerings, which include tickets, guitars and all kinds of nice stuff. Thank you, Luis. :thumbsup:


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