Nashville rock band SHIROCK has teamed up with Hollister Co. to run a promotional contest. “Win a Hollister Co. Valentine’s Day Shopping Spree from Shirock” gives SHIROCK fans and Hollister fans the chance to win $50, $100, and $250 gift certificates to Hollister plus SHIROCK T-Shirts, CDs, and other prizes. The contest launches on January 26th and runs through Valentine’s Day, February 14th.

The contest is being run on Facebook and Twitter, and winners will be selected via these outlets. To participate, contestants first friend the band SHIROCK on their Facebook page, and sign up to follow the band on Twitter. On February 14th the band will randomly send out three “Contest Alert!” tweets from their Twitter account directing contestants to find the winning phrase on their Facebook page. The first contestant to visit the band’s Facebook page, locate the winning answer to the Tweeted contest question, and then tweet it back to the band wins.

About Shirock:

SHIROCK is a five-piece pop-rock band from Nashville, TN. SHIROCK makes music that capitalizes on the transformative power of rock and roll and its ability to move and inspire people. Produced by Jay Ruston (The Donnas, Cold War Kids), Everything Burns is an album featuring anthem-driven rock songs with passionate lyrics that convey positive messages of hope.  SHIROCK’s debut album, Everything Burns is available in Hollister stores nationwide, giving the band the distinction of being the only indie band to ever grace the shelves. Everything Burns is also available on iTunes.

For More Information on Shirock:

http://shirock.net/

http://www.facebook.com/SHIROCKmusic

http://twitter.com/SHIROCK

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