Club Cymphonique Sponsors a SURPRISE Gift For Christmas Contest Winner
Online Fan Club Holds A Christmas Contest To Win A Surprise Gift From Cymphonique.
- (1888PressRelease) December 21, 2011 - Online Fan Club and membership site http://www.ClubCymphonique.com is having a contest this holiday season where the winner will receive a surprise gift from teen superstar Cymphonique Miller!
Girls who have become fans of this teen phenomenon have the chance to join her fan club, Club Cymphonique, and in the spirit of the holidays enter into a contest to win a Christmas gift! The gift consists of a $100 dollar gift card to her girls empowerment clothing line BYOU, a one-year subscription to BYOU magazine, a limited edition Cymphonique doll, and finally a personal phone call from Cymphonique during this holiday season!
To enter the contest, members must submit to the fan club a video of themselves explaining the true meaning of Christmas. If they wish to write something instead, they can submit a two-paragraph statement as well. For the remaining days in the month of December, fan members can submit their entries for the chance to win!
Cymphonique wants you to join her in celebrating the true meaning of Christmas. For more details on the contest and rules regarding your online submission visit http://www.ClubCymphonique.com.
About Cymphonique: Cymphonique Miller, a Los Angeles native, is Hollywood's next teen phenomenon. Currently filming her own television show called How To Rock on Nickelodeon, launching first quarter of 2012, Cymphonique plays the lead role of Kacey Simon. How To Rock is an exciting story of how the Kacey, the popular girl, forms a band and shows the school that being yourself is the most important thing. Cymphonique has her very own self-esteem apparel line called, BYOU, Be Your Own You, to visit her clothing line go to http://www.BeYourOwnYou.com. For more exciting news about Cymphonique visit her official website http://www.Cymphonique.com.
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