EastWest Offers Special Savings For The Holidays

Buy one get one free promotion plus special prices on Hollywood Brass and Strings      29/11/11
EastWest Offers Special Savings For The Holidays


EastWest has introduced two special offers for the 2011 Holiday season. The first is a BUY ONE GET ONE FREE promotion. This promotion allows customers who purchase any of 19 qualifying product by December 31, 2011 to choose a second product of equal or lesser value, free of charge. The second is the HOLLYWOOD SERIES HOLIDAY SPECIAL. This promotion allows customers purchase EASTWEST's flagship Hollywood Series products; Hollywood Strings and Hollywood Brass, for up to 30% off the retail price.
  • BUY ONE GET ONE FREE: Qualifying products include Hollywood Strings (Diamond and Gold), The Dark Side, Symphonic Choirs (new version with WordBuilder inside PLAY), Sound On Sound 2010 Reader's Choice Award winner Symphonic Orchestra (Platinum Plus, Platinum and Gold), Pianos (Full and Gold), Stormdrum 2, Goliath, Fab Four, Ministry Of Rock, Silk, Ra, Gypsy, Voices Of Passion and for the fist time ever, Ministry of Rock 2.
  • HOLLYWOOD SERIES HOLIDAY SPECIAL: Hollywood Brass and Hollywood Strings are the first two increments of EASTWEST's flagship Hollywood Series - blockbuster, no-compromise virtual instruments designed with major motion picture, television, and video game scoring in mind. Customers can buy either products for 20% off the retail price, or both of them together for 30% off the retail price until December 31, 2011.
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