Toxic History Swag Giveaway #5

The Airborne Toxic Event poster giveaway

It’s time for Round 5 of the Great Toxic History Swag Giveaway, in which we are celebrating the launch of our new book by awarding a unique Airborne Toxic Event prize to one lucky winner each Sunday night for six weeks.

The prize for Week #1 consisted of an authentic Steven Chen guitar pick, a 12×18″ Toxic History poster, and a Los Toxicos TATE fan button. Congratulations to our first winner: Angela Emrich!

In Week #2 we gave away a six-pack of gorgeous black and white 8×10 photo prints of The Airborne Toxic Event taken from the book, along with a 12×18″ Toxic History poster. The winner of this fabulous prize pack was Parker Johnson.

Week #3 saw Lisa Meyers take home an exclusive “Moonshine and Cheap-Ass Wine” TATE tote bag, plus a 12×18″ Toxic History poster, and a Los Toxicos TATE fan button.

In Week #4, Rick Fedion claimed our Anna Bulbrook prize package, including an 8×10″ photo of the multi-talented musician, plus a guitar pick and Small Problems EP from The Bulls.

We’re headed to the official Airborne merch store to pick out a prize for Week #5…

Week #5 Prize: Any one poster of your choice from The Airborne Toxic Event store.

The Airborne Toxic Event poster giveaway

This week’s winner will get to have a say in their loot, picking out the poster of their choice from The Airborne Toxic Event’s online store. Choices include the All I Ever Wanted movie poster, any of the exclusive posters from the band’s 3-night San Francisco residency, the 2014 North America Tour poster or the 2011 Limited Edition Fillmore poster.

How to Enter

Once again, all you have to do to get yourself into the draw for this prize is to pre-order our book, Toxic History: The Story of The Airborne Toxic Event by this Sunday, Aug. 28 at 7 pm PT. At that time, we will draw a winner from among all the names that have pre-ordered the book to date. And best of all, if you pre-order now, you’ll also be automatically entered into next weekend’s sixth and final prize draw.

Good luck, and thanks for supporting Toxic History!

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Glen is the founder and editor of This Is Nowhere and author of Toxic History: The Story of The Airborne Toxic Event. He’s grateful for an understanding wife and kids who indulge his silly compulsion to chase a band all over the Pacific Northwest (and occasionally beyond) every time the opportunity arises.