Monday, 21 July 2014

Paul McCartney: San Francisco Competition

Your chance to meet and see Paul McCartney
Meet Paul McCartney, attend soundcheck and watch the gig from VIP seats!
Enter HERE: http://www.prizeo.com/paul

The last time Paul McCartney played Candlestick Park he was a Beatle. That concert turned out to be their last together as a band. Fittingly, Paul’s concert in August at The Stick will be its last – Candlestick will be torn down following the event – so this will be a very special show for Paul, for San Francisco, and we hope for you as well.

Paul wants you and a guest to share the whole experience with him - from soundcheck, to visiting backstage, to taking a few photos together, to watching the concert from VIP seats that have been put aside just for you!

And to top it off, we’ll fly both you and your guest in from wherever you are in the world and include hotel accommodations to boot.

All you have to do in exchange for your chance to win is make a small donation (starting at $5 per entry) to one of Sir Paul's favorite charity organizations, Aid Still Required. Paul is helping ASR build a new school in Haiti for kids who have no other means of education, so you’ll be helping a great cause each time you enter!

Thank you - and good luck!!

The Cause:

We've all seen it. Money pours in when a disaster first occurs. But what happens when the world's attention turns to other matters and funding dries up? That's where Aid Still Required steps in, providing expansive awareness campaigns with compassionate artists like Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Bonnie Raitt, Maroon 5, Morgan Freeman, Celine Dion, Kevin Spacey, Hugh Jackman and many, many more, and implementing programs custom-designed to bring self-sufficiency to the most devastated communities.

Proceeds from this contest will be used to build a permanent school for at-risk kids and adults who have been struggling since the earthquake four years ago. Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere and has been for almost its entire 200+ year history. Please help make a real and lasting difference there.


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