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Fashion indies given a 'music makeover'

Copyright organisation and licence-holder PRS for Music has launched a competition for independent fashion retailers, celebrating the use of music in stores.

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The Music Makeover competition, which was launched in 2011 for the pub sector, is now open to any independent fashion retailer in the UK with up to four doors and a valid PRS for Music licence.

To enter, indies must demonstrate a passion for music and explain why their store deserves to win.

The winning store will be given £5,000 to spend on music equipment, advice from music experts and an exclusive launch event featuring performances from PRS for Music members. Two runners-up will receive a £2,500 makeover.

The deadline for entries is 5pm on July 15.

Paul Clements, commercial director of PRS for Music, said: “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 license can advise.”

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