Josh Abbott Band Sorority Spirit Contest

The Josh Abbott Band Does Their Part To Contribute To Charities With A Spirited, Sisterly Competition.

The second annual Josh Abbott Band Sorority Spirit Contest is currently in progress. The contest has gotten a huge response and a lot is thanks to Twitter. Since the kick off, Josh has been receiving over 160 tweets an hour from coast to coast from sorority sisters doing their part to raise some money for their philanthropy.

Prizes for this contest include a Josh Abbott Band performance, $10,000 in award money to the winning houses philanthropy, as well as prizes from Dior Cosmetics, Kendra Scott Jewelry and Gigi’s Cupcakes. Sorority Chapters from all directions have registered including Tampa Florida, Pennsylvania State University, University of Oregon, Northern Arizona University, Louisiana State University, Texas Tech, University of Wisconsin-Madison and more!

There are 3 phases of the contest and phase 2, Finals Week, begins tomorrow! The 10-15 chapters who had the most people “join” their spirit page and have shown the most creativity will advance into Finals Week. Those finalists will have November 13-15 to submit a skit, via video, with a theme of the bands choosing. Grand prize winners will be chosen from that group based on creativity, entertainment value and effort.

Phase 3, The Showdown, will have the videos displayed publicly to raise awareness of the finalists philanthropies. The final winners of this year’s JAB Spirit Contest will be announced the week of November 19.

For more information on the contest click HERE.

Watch the video below of how last year’s, the first ever, JAB spirit contest turned out!

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