For the first time ever we have decided to try doing a giveaway. By using the different ways to enter on the field below, you could win a free cast recording of The Book of Mormon the Musical. This contest is not sponsored by Facebook or the Book of Mormon at all. It is a way for me to say thank you to all of you who read this blog and buy broadway tickets (both local and NYC shows and events) through this site. All you have to do is fill out the information below in the RaffleCopter contest moderator and then complete the actions that it asks you to do. You can do many of them each day giving you more ways to win the original cast recording of the Book of Mormon.
After the contest is over I will select one winner at random and that person will get an email from me. You’ll need to respond within 5 business days with your mailing address or you will forfeit your prize. The prize will be sent to you after I purchase it from Amazon. That is why I will need your shipping address so that I can have them mail you a copy of the Book of Mormon Soundtrack.
The Book of Mormon Soundtrack is one of the funniest cast recordings in broadway history. It is offensive, fun and has everything from ballads to funny routines on it. Even if you haven’t seen the Book of Mormon on Broadway yet, or the touring cast of the Book of Mormon, you’ll still be able to enjoy the music from the show and imagine you are there watching it. The show has quickly become one of the favorites for everyone who writes for BroadwayReviewed.com and is one of the most popular shows on Broadway since tickets are always sold out for at least a few months in advance. The Book of Mormon is not a family friendly show because of all of the jokes and the language, but it is perfect if you want to laugh all night and watch a show that is absolutely amazing. It is definitely one of my favorite shows and one that I recommend everyone see if you are in NYC or if it is coming to your city. Thank you for entering our first contest for a free Book of Mormon soundtrack (original cast recording).