Ford gives Dean Brody and Paul Brandt fans a chance to meet their country music idols.

Contest kicks-off alongside their co-headline Road Trip Tour, which begins this fall in Victoria.

Country music superstars Dean Brody and Paul Brandt, in partnership with sponsor Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd. (Ford of Canada), are delighted to announce an exciting nationwide concert-day scavenger hunt for fans.

The contest will kick-off alongside their co-headline Road Trip Tour, which begins this fall in Victoria.

From Sept. 24 to Oct. 24, a series of ‘Road Trip’ license plates will be hidden in all 22 concert cities across the country.

Fans are advised to watch closely because F-150 trucks are rumoured to contain some of the #roadtriptour license plates. The lucky fan who locates the license plate first will win a pair of premium tickets for the concert in their city, as well as an opportunity to attend the pre-show soundcheck experience with Brandt and Brody.

Hints regarding the location of the #roadtriptour license plate in each city will be released to fans the morning of the show date in their city.

Fans must follow the official contest hashtag #F150Hunter on the social media accounts listed below to find the clues!

Visit www.roadtriptour.ca/thehunt for further contest details.

Fans also have the opportunity to enter a draw to win a VIP experience for 2 in all 22 markets, that includes premium tickets and a meet and greet with the stars by entering at www.tourwithford.ca  Dean BrodyTwitter: @deanbrodyInstagram: @deanbrodyFacebook: @deanbrody

Paul BrandtTwitter: @paulbrandt  Instagram: @imalbertabound  Facebook: @paulbrandt

Ford Motor Company of CanadaTwitter: @FordCanadaInstagram: @FordCanada and @FordTrucksCanadaFacebook: @FordCanada

#F150Hunter

 

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