Dark & Lovely teams-up with `The Tom Joyner Morning Show' for a $200,000 consumer cash giveaway

August 1998
Jet;08/24/98, Vol. 94 Issue 13, p56
Focuses on the Dark and Lovely $5,000 Cash-A-Day Giveaway presented by Dark and Lovely and the radio pogram `The Tom Joyner Morning Show.' How consumers can enter the competition; Prizes to be given away; Comments from Shawn Tollerson, director of the Dark and Lovely Megabrand; Deadline for the submission of entry forms for the sweepstake; How to obtain an entry form.


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