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Red Jumpsuit Apparatus' Your Guardian Angel Contest

If you haven't heard the song Your Guardian Angel by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, you should immediately tune into MTV or buy the track on iTunes! The boys of RJA want you to submit a video about your own personal guardian angel to help fight domestic violence. You'd better hurry, as this contest ends on November 25, 2007!

Your Guardian Angel - Help Fight Domestic Violence

Pop-punk band The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is partnering with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) to hold a contest that's connected to their latest single, Your Guardian Angel! In efforts to fight domestic violence and its effects on kids and teens in America, they want you to make a video about your personal guardian angel. Your guardian angel could be a person you look up to or someone who has made a difference in your life, like your mom, your older brother or sister, your teacher, or your best friend.

Your Guardian Angel - The Grand Prize

If your video wins, you'll receive a $1,000 prize for yourself, as well as a $1,000 donation that will be made to The Red Jumpsuit Guardian Angel Foundation in the "guardian angel's" name. This donation will help fund high school band programs, support teens who are affected by domestic violence, and contribute to research in acute hyperglycemia (a condition where there's too much sugar in your blood).

Your Guardian Angel - Video Submissions

To enter the Your Guardian Angel contest, create an original, one-minute video about your personal guardian angel. If you want, you can even use Red Jumpsuit Apparatus' song in your video. Once your video is complete, upload it to two sites - the official contest site AND YouTube. Get out your camera and get a move on it cuz this contest closes on November 25, 2007! Good luck!

  • For more info on The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus' Your Guardian Angel contest, click here!

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