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[Posted by Adam Forrest on Wednesday, 07/31/13 5:30 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Beginning the month of August, KenMichaelsRadio.com will be giving Beatlefans the chance to win a very special item, a Beatles 1964 U.S. Tour Framed Presentation, which includes an iconic photo of the Beatles posed in front of an American flag, a replica 1964 tour poster, and replica tickets for the 23 concerts on their first American tour.
The contest will run throughout the entire month of August, and to win, fans will keep track of titles of Beatles songs released in 1964 that are posted on the KenMichaelsRadio.com website.
This special item comes courtesy of Fanatics Mounted Memories, is 23 x 27 inches, and sells for $198. It is now available as a collectible among the large assortment of merchandise, includinng shirts, music, posters, accessories, toys and games, ornaments, books and more, now selling at The Beatles Official Store.
In addition, this month Ken will be giving away some fantastic new prizes, like the Beatles Yellow Submarine Monopoly Game or Yellow Submarine Picture Puzzle, courtesy USAopoly, the new remastered CD for "Wings Over America," courtesy Concord Music Group, and the new John Lennon biography "Lennon" by Tim Riley, courtesy Hachette Book Group.
Ken hosts his weekly syndicated Beatles show "Every Little Thing," also heard as a live broadcast Wednesdays 8-10pm (est) on 88.7 WNHU, West Haven, CT, which can be streamed at www.wnhu.net. He also co-hosts the Beatles news-based show "Things We Said Today" heard weekly on www.podbean.com and iTunes.
Ken says, "I'm very grateful that I have so many incredible prizes to give away, and that I'm promoting all these releases too."
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