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A Chance to win a SonyStyle gift card valued at $500 and a collection of Sony Online Entertainment video games   WHO: Sony Online Entertainment is showing its appreciation for the men and women of the Armed Forces who are actively serving overseas, far away from […]

A Chance to win a SonyStyle gift card valued at $500 and a collection of Sony Online Entertainment video games

 

WHO:

Sony Online Entertainment is showing its appreciation for the men and women of the Armed Forces who are actively serving overseas, far away from their homes and loved ones. If you or someone you are close to are currently stationed out of the country and loves video games, then we have an opportunity for you!

 

WHAT:

Send an essay (no more than 250 words) to FieldCommanderPromo@soe.sony.com that details you or your nominee’s current role in the Armed Forces, their gaming habits and why you deserve to win. Up to five winners will be chosen based on their essays and each will win:

 

- SonyStyle gift card valued at $500 redeemable toward merchandise at www.sonystyle.com

  or Sony Style retail stores (www.sonystyle.com/retail) – 2 retail versions

  of the following video game titles for the PlayStation®Portable entertainment

  system: Field Commander, Untold Legends Brotherhood of the Blade, Untold Legends

  The Warrior’s Code, GripShift and Frantix.

- 2 Field Commander t-shirts

 

WHEN:

Contest runs now through May 10, 2006

Winners will be announced on or about May 20, 2006 – Armed Forces Day Field Commander is slated to hit store shelves on May 23, 2006

 

HOW TO ENTER:

Email entries to FieldCommanderPromo@soe.sony.com For rules and contest information:

www.fieldcommandergame.com/promo

 

MEDIA CONTACT:

Katie Uhlman

Sony Online Entertainment

kuhlman@soe.sony.com

(858) 577-3167

 

Kyle Walker/Sibel Sunar

The Bohle Company

kyle@bohle.com/sibel@bohle.com

(310) 785-0515 209/271

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  1. Online Competition Friday, April 14, 2006
  2. Mickey Segal Friday, April 14, 2006

    Isn’t it odd for a company to be collecting names of American soldiers and their role in the armed forces?

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