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As back-to-school season is just around the corner, Eleventyseven is offering free music and a chance at $25,000 cash for fans who team up with them.  Eleventyseven is a part of the Five Star brand, which is giving teens free music and a chance at the grand prize as a part of The Five Star Music Insider promotion. This back-to-school season, qualifying Five Star notebook purchases will earn students free music downloads from 10 up-and-coming artists, including Eleventyseven.

To qualify for the cash prize, teens 13 years of age and older need only visit www.FiveStarMusicInsider.com, listen to sample songs from the 10 artists and vote for Eleventyseven. One grand prize winner will win a $25,000 cash prize just for voting.

Also, with the purchases of specially marked Five Star notebooks, students will earn free music download codes – on average, three per product – that they can redeem to download songs from the featured musicians. Multiple songs will be available from each artist.  In addition to the music downloads and sweepstakes entry, www.FiveStarMusicInsider.com will feature artist blogs, videos, behind-the-scenes footage, interviews and comments from fans. Those purchasing specially marked Five Star Flex® NoteBinders® and notebooks also will be eligible to see VIP online content on the site, including additional artist footage and interviews.

About Eleventyseven:

Eleventyseven is fresh off of a spring tour in Asia, where they spent two weeks playing back-to-back club shows all over China from Shanghai to Beijing. They also played at Japan’s largest spring festival, Punkspring along side of bands, 311, Newfoundglory, Relient K, and many others from around the world. Also, Eleventyseven recently performed in Sweden.  In addition to working the Mead summer competition Eleventyseven released a remake of  “Ah ha” Take on me in late June.


For more information on Eleventyseven, visit http://www.eleventyseven.com

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