VINCE NEIL's MOTLEY CRUISE Partners with ROCKLAHOMA To Give Away Free Cruise

Representatives for Vince Neil's Motley Cruise will be on site at the Rocklahoma music festival in Pryor, OK July 13-15. In addition to passing out information and taking reservations for the four-day music vacation featuring performances by Vince, SKID ROW, SLAUGHTER and more, they will be registering concert-goers throughout the weekend for a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip for two on board Vince Neil's Motley Cruise, January 24-28, 2008. The trip will be awarded live from the Rocklahoma main stage between QUEENSRŸCHE and TWISTED SISTER's performances on Sunday, July 15t If you're going to be at the festival, be sure to stop by the Motley Cruise tent, or look for one of the beautiful Motley Cruise directors walking around the festival grounds for full details on the cruise and on how to enter.

For more information on Vince Neil's Motley Cruise, visit www.motleycruise.com.

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