Move over, Santa! This year, Guitar Center (http://www.guitarcenter.com), the world’s largest musical instrument retailer, is getting into the act with the Your Holiday Wishlist Sweepstakes. Guitar Center is offering ten lucky winners a chance to win $1500 in gear from any one of the 214 Guitar Center stores across the country including guitars, amplifiers, drums, keyboards and pro-audio equipment.

Starting Friday, October 1st through Sunday, December 12th, individuals can enter by going to http://www.guitarcenter.com/wishlist and building their Wishlist (full details online). Only one entry is allowed per person. Winners will be selected in a random drawing on December 20th and notified of their $1500 (redeemable at their local Guitar Center store.

Users that build a Wishlist can turn their list of holiday loot into a bold exciting Wishlist Tour Poster. It’s a visually stunning way for individuals to let their family and friends know what Guitar Center gear they really want this holiday. Visit guitarcenter.com/wishlist for details.

About Guitar Center
Guitar Center is the world’s largest retailer of guitars, amplifiers, percussion instruments, keyboards and pro-audio and recording equipment. Our retail store subsidiary presently operates 214 Guitar Center stores across the U.S. We are also the largest direct response retailer of musical instruments in the United States through our wholly owned subsidiary, Musician’s Friend, Inc., and its catalog and Web site, www.musiciansfriend.com. In addition, our Music & Arts division operates more than 100 stores specializing in band instruments for sale and rental, serving teachers, band directors, college professors and students. More information on Guitar Center can be found by visiting the Company’s Web site at www.guitarcenter.com.

The Guitar Center logo is a registered trademark of Guitar Center, Inc. Other brand or product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.

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