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Announcing the winner of our March 2018 Prize Draw

Announcing the winner of our March 2018 Prize Draw

March 16, 2018

We conducted our regular prize draw for all Kite newsletter subscribers at the beginning of March and our randomly-selected winner this time is Mark Erikson from Cape Coral, Florida. Mark – a keen musician – chose to receive a copy of our limited edition Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite print and said:

This will hang proudly on the wall of my music room. Most songwriters like myself experience periods of mind blockage that is hard to shake. You did all songwriters a great service by unearthing the story of John Lennon and this print. When a lyric or song story won’t come to mind, all I have to do is look at that print and know that sometimes the lyric or story is right in front of our eyes!

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