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It's Your Chance to Become a Super Fan of the Indie Series Awards and Win Two Free Tickets to ISA7!

Serial Scoop Now will be on the red carpet at the 7th Annual Indie Series Awards on April 6.
Become a SUPER FAN of the Indie Series Awards for your chance to WIN TWO FREE TICKETS to the awards gala on April 6th in Los Angeles, plus meet the co-hosts for this year, Days of Our Lives stars Eric Martsolf and Jen Lillley and have a professional photo taken with them.

25 lucky winners will also receive a collectible ISA7 commemorative program book personally autographed by Eric and Jen!

How to Enter:

1. Step 1 - "Like" The Indie Series Awards Page on Facebook
2. Step 2 - "Follow" Indie Series Awards on Twitter (@ISAwards)
3. Step 3 - Email your name to ISASuperFan@gmail.com to let us know you've completed step 1 and 2 (our team will verify advancing entry to next step)
4. Step 4 - Complete the ISA Trivia survey of 7 questions (in honor of our 7th year) about the Indie Series Awards and Soap Stars (contest link will be emailed to you)

The FIRST 25 people to complete Steps 1-4, including answering the trivia questions correctly, will receive an autographed collectible ISA7 program book.

ALL ENTRIES that have completed Steps 1-4, answering the trivia questions correctly, will be entered into the GRAND PRIZE DRAWING of TWO FREE TICKETS to ISA7 (transportation not included) and a professional photo with Eric and Jen.

Contest opens on March 2nd and closes on March 11th. The winner will be announced on March 12th!

READY - SET - GO

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