Start by submitting a video performance with any BOSS RC-Series looping product, and the result could be a trip to the U.S. Finals in Hollywood, California.

Los Angeles, CA (June 1, 2012) – Guitarists, bassists, keyboard players, beatboxers, looping musicians of all sorts: BOSS® wants you to bring it on. BOSS Corporation is pleased to launch the Loop Station World Championship 3. Start by submitting a video performance with any BOSS RC-Series looping product, and the result could be a trip to the U.S. Finals in Hollywood, California. Or, better yet, $3,000 in BOSS gear and a trip to the International Championship at Winter NAMM 2013 in Anaheim, California.

Open Competition — June 1, 2012 — August 31, 2012
• Upload a video performance using any BOSS RC-Series Looper to Youtube.com that is five minutes or less.
• Visit www.BossUS.com/LoopStation to fill out entry form.
• Entries will be judged and selected by BOSS, who will be looking at the creativity, musicianship, stage presence, and technical skill of the looping performance.

U.S. Finals — October 20, 2012
• Top six entries will be flown in to compete at the BOSS U.S. Loop Station Finals at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA.
• Performances will be judged by a panel of music industry insiders.
• Prizes include:
◦ 1st Prize — $3,000 in BOSS Gear; trip to the International Championship
◦ 2nd Prize — $2,000 in BOSS Gear
◦ 3rd Prize — $1,000 in BOSS Gear

International World Championship — Winter NAMM, January 24–27, 2013
• Winner of the U.S. Finals will represent the United States in the BOSS International Loop Station Championship in Anaheim, CA.
• Performances will be judged by a panel of music industry insiders and celebrities.
• Prizes include:
◦ 1st Prize — $3,000 in BOSS Gear
◦ 2nd Prize — $2,000 in BOSS Gear
◦ 3rd Prize — $1,000 in BOSS Gear

To enter the U.S. division of the BOSS Loop Station World Championship, visit:
bossus.com

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