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Follett bookstores

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HYUNDAI'S
C OL LEGE SWEEPS TAKE S
Visit a participating Follett bookstore to enter to win a new Hyundai Accent*
and drive home for the holidays. Plus, log on to RollingStone.com
for a chance to win a new Hyundai Accent plus a $10,000 scholarship
and be home free when you pay tuition next semester.

California State University-Northridge
Elorida State University
Michigan State University
Purdue University
Rtger s University
When you stop by the Follett bookstores to enter to win,
check out the Hyundai Accent on display from 11/15 -
11 / 18 and receive a Hyundai backpack or bucket hat while
supplies last. The college campus with the most entries will
win a date on the Spring 2000 Rolling Stone LIVE concert
tour sponsored by Hyundai.**
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY Sweepstakes open to U.S. residents who are it years of age
or older and enrolled as a student at an accredited college or university. Certain restrictions
apply. Void where prohibited. For official sweepstakes rules, send a seoarate, stamped,
self-address, No.10 envelope to: Rolling Stone - Hyundai Home For The Holidays Home
Free Tuition College Sweepstakes, 1290 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10104.
*Model 13332, 3 Door GS Hatchback Coupe Automatic with an accessory package AC.
"Inclusion on the tour is subject to tour scheduling and availability of performance venue.

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