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Sweat Records Announces Rachel Goodrich Video Contest

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Looking to score $500? Are you handy with a camera? Do you enjoy local music? Well, Sweat Records has got a contest for you. The Little Haiti record store is calling for aspiring music video directors to act, animate or whatever Rachel Goodrich's track "Light Bulb," which as we know was used this holiday season as the soundtrack to that Crayola Glow Dome commercial.

To submit your entry all you have to do is upload it to YouTube, email the link to info@sweatrecordsmiami.com and await the results. Deadline for submissions is February 17. The winner will be announced on February 19 via the Sweat Records blog. But wait, there is more! Winner received a $500 prize and will be premiere at the store during Rachel Goodrich's in-store appearance February 20.

The MP3 of "Light Bulb" is available for download at Sweat Records. So listen and start creating.

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