Sony Ericsson Tennis Party
Enter to win a spot at Sunday’s exclusive Sony Ericsson Xperia Hot Shots launch party
After months of anticipation Sony Ericsson will be revealing the six Women’s Tennis Association players that make up the Sony Ericsson Xperia Hot Shots television show.
The launch party will be held at the Surfcomber Beach Hotel, on Miami Beach on Sunday, March 20 from 3 - 6 p.m. and you and a friend can win a spot at the VIP only party courtesy of Miami.com
All you have to do is email your name with the subject line “XPERIA HOT SHOTS TICKET GIVEAWAY” to the email address Xperiahotshots@iris-worldwide.com. Five winners and their guests will be on the VIP list at the door of the Surfcomber on Sunday.
Contest ends at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 18, so you have until then to send your email.
Sony Ericsson has selected six of the top up and coming stars of the WTA from around the world to take each other on in challenges as tennis meets entertainment. The rising stars will be working with celebrities of various genres to increase their profile and fan base around the world through their Facebook pages.
The player’s identities will be revealed by tennis star Maria Sharapova on a giant stage that replicates the Xperia Hot Shots Facebook homepage.
To kick start the party, hosted by Deco Drive’s Louis Aguirre, there will be sets from DJ Jazzy Jeff and both he and the Hot Shots will be available for music and tennis enthusiasts to meet at the party. There will be an open bar and dress code is “Miami Chic”.
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