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Win a Grateful Dead 'Steal Your Face' Burton Snowboard

Enter for a chance to win the board, a Dead T-shirt and 'Spring 1990' CDs

October 5, 2012 12:00 PM ET
grateful dead burton snowboard

The Grateful Dead have teamed with Burton and pro-snowboarder Danny Davis to create a series of Dead-themed "Easy Livin" snowboards just in time for your long, strange trip to the slopes this winter.

One lucky reader will win:
(1) Grateful Dead 'Steal Your Face' Burton 155 model snowboard
(1) 'Spring 1990 - So Glad You Made It' 2-CD set
(1) Grateful Dead T-shirt featuring the 'Spring 1990' cover art by Wes Lang

Ten more readers will each win:
(1) 'Spring 1990 - So Glad You Made It' 2-CD set

Read official rules before entering.

This contest has now closed. Thanks for your interest.

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