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Competition: Do you run a fashion store and have a passion for music?

PRS for Music is offering a winning store a £5,000 Music Makeover. PRS for Music believes that music is as important to any brand and business as its website or décor. This is why for 2016, it is rolling out its successful Music Makeover competition to the fashion retail sector. 

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PRS for Music is offering a winning store a £5,000 Music Makeover to be spent on new music equipment alongside an expert music consultancy by leading record producer, Steve Levine, culminating in an exclusive event featuring PRS for Music members. “We are very excited to be expanding our Music Makeover competition to fashion retailers this year,” says PRS for Music’s commercial director Paul Clements. “There are still a number of people who don’t realise music can add a real layer of competitive advantage to their business, or know how to use music to its full potential, which is where PRS for Music and the business-to-business music services we licence can advise.”

The prize is open to any independent fashion retailer in the UK (maximum four doors) who holds a valid PRS for Music license.

Music Makeover Fashion 2016 prizes

  • 1st prize: £5,000 music makeover (plus a music consultancy and launch event)
  • Two runners up prizes: £2,500 music makeover

So do you think your fashion store would benefit from a Music Makeover?

To enter you just need to:

1. Have a valid PRS for Music licence

2. Complete our quick and easy entry form. Photos and video a bonus.


More information and to enter:

The closing date is Friday 22 July 2016 at 5pm.

Terms and conditions apply.

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