This is super easy and can change our lives forever. We have a really good shot at this.
If you go to this link, you can vote for Destroy The Runner to play San Diego Warped Tour for the “Metal” genre.
If we win we get $15,000.00, we record with a famous producer, and we get to be on Van’s Warped Tour next year.
This would drastically change our lives. We have a very good chance to win this because of our fans, friends, and family.
SO if there is anything that you can do, PLEASE, help support us here. http://www.battleofthebands.com/destroytherunner
This is legit. They will ask for your email, but you can uncheck or check boxes to never get spam or emails from Ernie Ball. Super easy. All we ask for is your vote and anything extra is amazing. Amazing.
Thank you so much friends and family.
Much love and thanks.
– chad & destroy the runner

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