Wrangler continues sponsorship of Darryl Worley
Wednesday, May 2, 2007
– Wrangler will continue to sponsor Darryl Worley during his 2007 Darryl and Dickel Tour. Wrangler maintains representation for Worley as he launches into his tour with his latest album on 903 Music, "Here and Now" and his newest single, "Living in the Here and Now."
A special promotion allows customers to receive a free poster of Worley, donned in his best pair of Wrangler jeans, when they purchase $30 worth of Wrangler apparel. The campaign also includes a chance to win tickets and/or meet and greet passes for a show in that region during his 2007 tour.
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