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– You will receive 2 tickets along with one AA pass, which includes catering for you, the reporter.
– You must be able to e-mail updates on site via personal smart phone (BlackBerry, iPhone, Droid, etc)
– There will be photographers on site; you are solely in charge of word content.
– Only serious entries will be considered.
– You must be at least 18 years old.
– You must take this opportunity seriously. Irresponsible behavior of any kind will not be tolerated. AP and The Bamboozle reserve the right to revoke the AA pass if seen fit.

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