Karaoke for Good: Philanthropic Contest May Have One North Texan Singing National Anthem at a Stars Game
Dallas, TX, February 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Karaoke All-Stars, a non-profit karaoke competition benefiting After-School All-Stars, will give individuals the opportunity to enter an online video contest for the chance to win the grand prize – an audition to sing the national anthem at a Dallas Stars game.
Open to the public, entrants can visit www.karaokeallstars.org to upload their video. After uploaded, anyone can vote on it with a donation to After-School All-Stars ($1 equals 1 vote). The three videos receiving the most money will win prizes that include tickets to the Feb. 27 Stars game, autographed jerseys, and VIP access to the after-party event held at the Jack Daniel’s Club.
Rules of Entry:
· 18 years of age or older and have internet access
· Submissions must feature the entrant singing karaoke
· Can be a capella, or have pre-recorded or live music
· No longer than 3 minutes in length
· One entry per person
After-School All-Stars (ASAS) provides free, daily comprehensive after-school programs that educate, enlighten and inspire deserving youths from the North Texas community. It is one of the 14 chapters of ASAS, a non-profit organization that serves more than 92,000 young Americans, 90 percent of which are underrepresented minorities. ASAS was founded in 1992 by Arnold Schwarzenegger, who now serves as honorary chairman. For more information, visit www.as-as.org.
Jan. 29 to Feb. 10, 2014
Jan. 29 to Feb. 24, 2014
Betsy Orton, Executive Director, ASAS-North Texas