Senior Bowl Superstar Registration Underway

Senior Bowl Superstar Registration Underway

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MOBILE, Ala. -

Do you think you've got the right stuff to sing in front of a crowd of thousands? The Senior Bowl Superstar competition presented by Iberia Bank might be just for you!

Registration for the annual event runs through January 3. Contestants will compete for the chance to sing the National Anthem at the Reese's Senior Bowl on January 25, 2014.

The winner will also receive a VIP package that includes game tickets, passes to the pre-game Tailgate Party and hospitality ten passes and $1,000 from Iberia Bank.

Registration is open to the first 100 people or groups (no more than 4 people per group).

You can register online at www.seniorbowl.com or in-person at the Reese's Senior Bowl Headquarters at 151 Dauphin Street in Downtown Mobile.

You can also register by phone by calling 888.736.BOWL.

The preliminary contest will be Saturday, January 4 at the Mobile Civic Center Theatre. The 100 entrants will be whittled town to 3 finalists. Each finalist will get the chance to perform on WKRG News 5 This morning the week of January 7-9. Online voting will select the final winner and the results will be announced on WKRG News 5 This Morning on Monday, January 13.

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