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ATTENTION BANDS, AGENTS & MANAGERS

Submissions have already been pouring in, so please get in touch if you’d like to be added to the list.  We are hoping to confirm all bands by the end of the year.

ATTENTION BRANDS & MARKETING PARTNERS

We are currently putting together the one-sheet of sponsorship options. With expected attendance of 2000 people, and a location at the epicenter of the festival, there isn’t going to be a better way to reach the rock and metal crowd.

WHAT YOU MISSED IN 2009

Bands included Kylesa, Skeletonwitch, Greeley Estates, Night Horse,
Memphis May Fire, Fact, and Black Math Horseman

Sponsors included No Fear Energy Drink, Lionsgate Film’s
Crank High Voltage and Maximum 10

Check www.fullmetaltexas.com for pictures and more

For more information, please contact:

Marc Schapiro
Branch Marketing Collective
917.664.9889
msschap@gmail.com
www.branchmc.com

Rev. Dave Ciancio
Yeah! Management
646-367-5470
therev@yeahmanagement.com
www.yeahmanagement.com

www.fullmetaltexas.com
www.twitter.com/fullmetaltexas

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