'Soul By Ludacris' released a special edition, celebrating Big Bang's 'Pop Color Edition'
By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 08:51 AM EDT
The high end life style brand 'Soul By Ludacris' released a special edition, celebrating the release of Big Bang's 'Pop Color Edition.'
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The appreciation event lasts from the first to August 31st for a month.
Through the raffle, the first place gets 'Big Bang Edition Ear Phone' and the second place (2 people) gets 'Big Bang Autographed CD.' Soul by Ludacris works when the participant uploades a photo of them wearing the 'Big Bang Pop Color' headphones or with the box on blog/SNS, and the deadline for application is until the 31st of August.
The instructions are: first, wear the 'Big Bang Pop Color Editoin' headphones and take a picture. Second, uploade the photo on the blog or personal SNS. Third, Send the personal information with the uploaded link to (firstname.lastname@example.org). The announcement for winners happens on September 3rd, three in the afternoon on Soul By Ludacris official home page.
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