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Enter Dean Zelinsky's "Most Sought-After Guitar" Giveaway

November 5, 2013
Dean Zelinsky Private Label Guitars announced that Zelinsky’s most sought after guitar, a $6,000 USA-Made Custom StrettaVita Hollow Body, will be awarded to one lucky winner. The giveaway begins today with the grand-prize drawing on January 15, 2014.

The Grand Prize Winner will receive the very first USA-Made StrettaVita Hollow Body, (Serial #001), out of the company’s initial limited run of 25 custom pieces. This guitar is an incredibly rare masterpiece that looks, sounds, and plays like no other. Zelinsky claims: “this is my most sought after guitar in my 37-year career.”
Entering the contest will be easy via Facebook. Contestants will be able to increase their odds of winning by sharing, referring friends, posting to Twitter, etc. Contest rules, photos and detailed information on the prize guitar will be available on the company’s website, , and the Dean Zelinsky Private Label Facebook page.

“I am giving away this incredibly expensive showpiece guitar to call attention to my new Dean Direct Farm-to-Table sales approach and my new concept - Affordable, Boutique Guitars,” commented Dean Zelinsky.
“The USA-Made StrettaVita Hollow Body electric designed by me is a true collectors guitar, and this giveaway will be talked about for years to come. Moreover, I am introducing people to a better way to purchase guitars…direct from the designer,” added Zelinsky.
“In this struggling economy, players are looking for value and affordability…I’m selling my new signature line direct to the consumer, with no music store markups. Players come to and save hundreds of dollars on guitars ranging from $279 to $649. The player gets way more guitar for the money,” concluded Zelinsky.
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