Pickler launches fan club
Friday, March 27, 2009
– Kellie Pickler finally has a fan club. Members will receive the first chance at tickets to shows, photos and videos, a members-only message board, exclusive contests and giveaways and the chance too meet the singer. Members also qualify for merchandise discounts at her store, pre-sales on concert tickets, including this year's Fearless Tour with galpal Taylor Swift.
The yearly subscription is $19.99. "I'm so glad there's a place where the fans have special access to all these extras, and there's a lot more to come too. We took our time developing this site, so that it's a cool experience from the get go. I've already had the opportunity to meet some of the first members at our recent shows, and we've got a whole tour coming up to meet with fans all year long," she said.
Fans also will get new content, like the first look at her new video, Best Days of Your Life. Fan clubbers were able to watch the video before its TV and internet debut on March 27 at midnight.
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