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Chart Your Course and Win a 2020 Lincoln Corsair

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2020 Lincoln Corsair 2.3-liter turbo | win a 2020 Lincoln corsair | Chart Your Course
You can win a 2020 Lincoln Corsair in the Chart Your Course contest
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Are you a struggling songwriter looking for an outlet? Do you have a story you want to share with the world? If you enter Lincoln’s Chart Your Course contest and win, you’ll get the chance to share your song and get a sweet ride to boot.

Chart Your Course, presented by the new Lincoln Corsair, tasks songwriters with sending a video of an original song that speaks from the heart. A panel of professionals within the music industry will judge the submissions and narrow the field down to finalists. Those videos will be voted upon by fans, and the grand-prize winner will be named.

And what is the grand prize for submitting your song? You get a talent contract valued at around $120,000, which covers 30 days’ worth of consultation with musicians, producers, and Lincoln brand ambassadors. From there, you’ll take your song into the legendary Capital Studios for a professional recording sesh.

Oh, and the cherry on top: You win a 2020 Lincoln Corsair and you’ll be featured in a new Lincoln marketing campaign. How’s that for a ticket to stardom?

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Per the terms and conditions, the Corsair is valued at $46,000, so you’re probably looking at a Corsair Reserve, maybe with Intelligent All-Wheel Drive. You’ll be on the hook for title, license, registration, dealer preparation costs, auto insurance, and other fees associated with prize, so, ya know, be aware of that.

Four finalists will also win fee and use payments to have their songs used in Lincoln marketing, which is valued around $17,000.

If this all sounds interesting, you may want to hurry: submissions are due Nov. 4. Judge voting wraps up Nov. 7, and public voting for finalists runs from Jan. 6 or so through Jan. 26. To learn more, visit the Lincoln Chart Your Course contest page.

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