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Text now to be in with a chance of winning of signed Epiphone guitar by the Kasabian man - and it’s in aid of Global’s Make Some Noise.
Radio X is giving you the chance to win an Epiphone Limited Edition Dot Studio Guitar signed by Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno!
Sergio Pizzorno is the guitarist and chief songwriter in one of the biggest British rock bands of the moment, Kasabian. The band have spent the summer releasing their sixth album, For Crying Out Loud, which adds songs like You’re In Love With A Psycho and Bless This Acid House to a portfolio that already includes such classics as LSF, Where Did All The Love Go, Fire, Shoot The Runner and more. They also headlined Reading and Leeds festivals this August.
Entries close on Friday 6 October at 7pm.
You must be over 18 to take part. Texts cost your standard network rate, plus once you've entered we'll do the bit that raises the money for all those good causes and will automatically take a donation of £5, unless you reply NOCHARITY to the first text message we send you. This is a one-off donation, 100% will go to Global's Make Some Noise.
Global’s Make Some Noise is Radio X’s very own charity, supporting small but brilliant projects across the UK which help youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity. By supporting Global’s Make Some Noise, you’ll be helping small projects make a big difference, so thank you.
The Promoters are Global Radio, registered with Phone-paid Services Authority (ORG832-96388-41101) and Global Charities, registered with Phone-paid Services Authority (ORG831-51159-55647). Global Charities is registered with the Fundraising Regulator. Service Provider: Global Radio Services Ltd., 30 Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7LA.
If you are having problems using our text entry service or feel a donation has been taken from your bill unfairly, please have a look at our FAQs at www.makesomenoise.com/premium-rate-phone-text-faqs/ or alternatively contact our customer helpline on 03333 212 196.