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Enter your band in the NZ Entertainment Awards


Enter your band in the NZ Entertainment Awards

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Have you entered your band into the 2003 NZ Entertainment Awards?? Visit http://www.xlr8online.co.nz/entertainmentAward.php

The Temple has just hooked up with XLR8online who are the official host of the 2003 NZ Entertainment Awards at the end of November. This is a Hollywood style national, televised event with a veritable who's who of NZ A-list of celebrities in attendance. XLR8online is accessible nationally and internationally so this is awesome exposure for your band. We are looking for up and coming new original talent to be nominated and voted for under the category of best NZ band/artist - original/signed & new.

Nominate your band, send in an MP3 of your best song and it could be featured on XLR8online, NZ's premier Entertainment Portal. As a nominee you will receive a nominee pack worth over $1,500 including:

1) A nominee graphic button for your website linked directly to the official awards page encouraging your fans to vote for you 2) Nomination/vote cards for you to distribute at gigs directing fans to the official voting website 3) Be part of a half million dollar advertising campaign for the Awards up and down the country 4) If your band is one of the top 3 nominated you will attend the prestigious Awards Ceremony

A nominee feature page is recommended for un-known artists such as yourselves which is linked from the awards page show-casing your band, with editorial write up, photo gallery, an MP3 of your best song for voters to listen to, enabling them to choose and vote for their favourite for only $300. Remember this is accessible online Nationally and Internationally and they are linked to a number of Music Industry execs.

(NB: The nominee page will also be used by media who will be following nominees within the different sections throughout the year). Click on the supporter graphic at the top of this article to nominate your band and vote now.

And of course vote for the Temple while you're there!!!!

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