CLEAN & CLEAR Invites Teens to Enter to Win a Role on “90210”‏


Every teen dreams of being a star at Prom, and now CLEAN & CLEAR is offering teens the opportunity of a lifetime – to be a star on the CW’s hit show, “90210” and appear on the West Beverly Prom episode! How to score this incredible opportunity? It’s simple, just visit CWTV.COM/COUNTDOWN and upload a brief video that explains why you and your best friend deserve this once-in-a-lifetime experience to appear on the hottest teen show and win the following:

· Appearance on the CW’s “90210” West Beverly Prom episode

· A 4 day, 3 night trip to Los Angeles, California to film the episode

· On-set VIP treatment including hair, make-up, and wardrobe styling

· 1 year supply of CLEAN & CLEAR®

Visit CWTV.COM/COUNTDOWN to enter and catch Annie’s blog. Listen to her candid confessionals to her friend’s back home on what’s really going on with her, and the scoop on all things West Beverly High. Annie will even share her personal countdown to Prom, dishing on beauty tips that will get her primped to perfection for Prom night.

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January 9th, 2009 at 2:24 pm

FYI: It’s spelled “role.”

January 11th, 2009 at 10:57 am

Duh! Thanks Sobes I guess when I copy and paste info I receive I should spell check.

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