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Welcome to State Farm Race A Band!
 
                   

State Farm is giving you the unique opportunity to go backstage at NBT and race remote control cars with one of the NBT artists!  Here’s your chance to spend some quality time with one of the bands and humiliate them in some racing!  It’s an amazing opportunity brought to you by your local State Farm Agents.

You’ll score a pair of tickets to the show, you’ll be escorted backstage to hang with the band and they’ll autograph the car for you to keep!

Just register below and we’ll pick the winner on November 28th.


               


 
Date/Times
 
All times are in Eastern Time.            Completed            Current           Future   
 
Submission Period
Mon, Nov 12 2012 12:00 AM - Wed, Nov 28 2012 9:00 AM
 
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