>A few months ago, Billboard celebrated what would have been John Lennon’s 70th birthday with a special section.
Along with eight pages of editorial content – including an interview with Yoko Ono and a preview of several album re-releases – the issue contains a number of full page tribute advertisements.
I don’t know why I’m receiving Billboard; I figure I must have won it in a sweepstakes. I don’t usually hold onto them, but I felt this issue was special.
I like the Beatles, but I wouldn’t really call myself a fan; a true fan would be able to name all their albums, know all their music and their history, and I just like hearing it on the radio. So, rather than keeping this issue any longer, I decided to give it away to someone who will appreciate it more.
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You can earn a maximum of seven entries per household. Eligible comments must be made no later than 11:59pm ET on April 8, 2011. Entrants must be 18 or older, with shipping addresses in the United States or military APO/FPO addresses. One winner will be selected by random drawing no later than April 10 and notified by email. Winner must respond to the email with mailing address within 72 hours or another winner will be selected. The magazine will be packaged and sent media mail.