Buffetlibre in Barcelona is starting a new music project with Amnesty International, called PEACE, that will be released next January 2010. All proceeds will go to Amnesty International’s humanitarian aid projects in areas of conflict.
To promote the project, they are giving 200 tees provided by 15 stores including Flesh Machine, Electronic Sheep, Tokyo Art Beat, Graniph, Art In The Age, Long, Line Work, Selector!, Kdis, Worn By, Blokk, Nouveau Riche, 21 Grams and Monik House.
To enter the contest all you have to do is send your “personal data and the answer to the question below:
Which is, in your opinion, the best dancefloor killer song from the decade?”
I’m not sure which personal data they are looking for or which decade they are talking about but I would guess they want your name and address and they are talking about this decade.
You can find out more at Buffetlibre. The project seems quite altruistic. Check it out!