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Covey Center's Facebook contest: "Make Your Own Oak Ridge Boys Beard!"

Published January 10, 2012 11:32 am
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The Covey Center for the Arts is hosting The Oak Ridge Boys in Feb. 9.

Tickets for this event are SOLD OUT, however, you can still get tickets.

There is only one thing the Oak Ridge Boys are famous for besides (their music): their facial hair.

Enter the Covey Center's Facebook contest: "Make Your Own Oak Ridge Boys Beard!" and you'll be entered to win two tickets to their performance on February 9 at 7:30 p.m.

Here is how to enter:

Use any household materials to make wearable facial hair wigs that resemble the Oak Ridge Boys band members.

Take a picture of you, your friends or family wearing your beards and moustaches.

Either post your picture to the Covey Center's facebook page or email your picture to sducharme@provo.utah.gov

With your picture, tell us what you made your facial hair out of and why you want to see the Oak Ridge Boys in Concert.

Winner will be picked based on their creativity and uniqueness.

Deadline for entries will be February 7 and the winner will be announced on our facebook page or emailed back on February 8. Call 801.852.7015 for any questions. Good luck!




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