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Calling all JackAss faithful! has announced another of over 30 very cool prizes for the HMV Underground contest.

For all of those who love the crazy antics of Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera and Steve Pontius, this prize is worth the effort. is offering you the opportunity to win a framed JackAss poster autographed by Johnny Knoxville and rest of the cast of JackAss. If JackAss is an all time favourite and Johnny Knoxville is your role model, first and foremost I feel sorry for you, but secondly I would recommend taking the time to try your luck at winning the prize.

The Contest is set to begin on August 21, 2007 and will run until 11:59 pm EST on October 1, 2007 and is open to all Canadian residents who are the age of majority or older. What is more, there are two ways to qualify for one of over 30 prizes. First, visit a HMV retail location and obtain an official "Back Stage Door" access pass, or visit and click on the contest entry banner. Each entrant will receive 5 entry ballots, which they will have the pleasure of allocating to the prize they are intent on winning.

About HMV
With over 80 years of music retailing history, 400 stores worldwide and 118 stores, and counting, in Canada, HMV is the world's premier retailer of music and DVD's and videogames. HMV has proven itself as an innovative leader in Canada since 1986 and has been named Canadian Music Retailer of the Year for the past 18 years and has also received the Canadian Entertainment Network DVD Retailer of the Year award for the last 2 years. The first HMV shop was opened in 1921 at 363 Oxford Street, one of London's most prominent shopping streets, and HMV has developed into one of the world's leading retailers of music, video and games. HMV focuses on providing an authoritative range and depth of selection that is superior to that of its competitors, including hard-to-find recordings and a large number of back catalogue titles.


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