Tone® is turning up their Backstage Pass Artist Series by teaming with Grammy-nominated artist Sara Bareilles. From live chats and an online tour diary to backstage meet and greets, Tone® is giving consumers all out, exclusive access to Bareilles while she’s on tour this summer for her current album, Kaleidoscope Heart. A fan, plus a friend, will win the Tone® Body Wash Ultimate Backstage Pass, an all-expenses paid trip to New York City for a private picnic in the park with Sara prior to her show on August 31.
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The Tone® Body Wash Ultimate Backstage Pass prize includes roundtrip airfare for two to New York City, hotel accommodations, $1,000 in spending cash, two vino-therapy spa treatments and a once in a lifetime experience to meet Sara Bareilles –- an exclusive picnic in the park before her show in Central Park.
“The Backstage Pass Artist Series is amazing! I’m thrilled to have been invited to be a part of it,” said Sara Bareilles. “Tone® Body Wash is creating an opportunity for me to connect with my fans in a way that I have never done before. As an artist, I’m constantly humbled and inspired by my fans. They are the reason I do what I do. The Backstage Pass Series is a wonderful way for my fans and I to have a unique, personal experience getting to know each other. I think it will be really special. I can’t wait.”
This year, Tone® brand introduced a fresh variant to their line of spa-inspired body washes, Tone® Vino Moisture with Crushed Grape and Shea Butter. With luxurious ingredients inspired by the latest spa trends, Tone® body washes offer a “top-shelf” experience at an affordable price. Through the spa-inspired line, Tone® brand aims to support and give a voice to independent, young women who make every day more fabulous than the last.
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