Sing Your Troubles Away and Win $5,000 in GotTrouble.com's YouTube Video Promotion

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Got trouble? Get happy by singing your troubles away in front of thousands of adoring fans and earn cash and fame in the process. GotTrouble.com is giving talented and troubled souls a chance to create their own music video about life's troubles. One winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize.

Got trouble? Get happy by singing your troubles away in front of thousands of adoring fans and earn cash and fame in the process. GotTrouble.com is giving talented and troubled souls a chance to create their own music video about life's troubles. One winner will receive a $5,000 cash prize.

Videos must be under three minutes and submitted to ww.SingMyTroubles.com. Powered by YouTube, the leader in online video, entries will receive maximum exposure and the $5,000 winner will be chosen by a qualified panel of judges.

"Everyone has trouble, it's a part of life," notes Henry Dahut, President and C.E.O. of GotTrouble.com. "We're giving away $5,000 to encourage people to sing about trouble in fun and imaginative ways. All you need is a video camera, some musical talent and you're well on your way. Plus, putting your trouble to music might not only get you noticed by music companies, you'll find it's downright therapeutic!"

Visit http://www.SingMyTroubles.com for more information and Official Rules.

About GotTrouble.com

GotTrouble.com is the first full media help directory designed exclusively for people facing serious legal and financial trouble. GotTrouble.com delivers targeted, context-rich information based on the predictable and anticipated needs of the consumer in the midst of a life-changing legal trouble such as foreclosure, divorce and bankruptcy. By focusing on the specific needs of a life- changing event, the company is able to anticipate buying behavior and deliver highly relevant and critical information including video advice and services when they are needed most. GotTrouble.com has been showcased by CNN Financial News for its rich resources and highly targeted content. Got trouble? Find the answers at http://www.GotTrouble.com.

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