Babs of JamFam Entertainment believes that with resilience and faith all good things are possible. Babs of JamFam Entertainment is an Entertainment business dedicated to promoting music, concerts, dances, and more.
Since the 1920s Queens has been the home of countless musical artists in a variety of genres such as Jazz, Rhythm and Blues, Rock, and Hip-Hop. BABS OF JAMFAM ENTERTAINMENT believes that education is a stepping stone towards a successful future. This year BABS OF JAMFAM ENTERTAINMENT is pleased to announce its first Music Scholarship program. If you are serious about pursuing a career in music and will be attending accredited higher learning (facility) and live in the boro of Queens, NY, you are welcome to participate.
Please follow the rules and regulations governing BABS OF JAMFAM ENTERTAINMENT Music Scholarship.
No fee is necessary to enter or win.
Limit one entry per person for the duration of the Scholarship entry period, regardless of entry method. Entries received in excess of the stated limitation will be void. BABS OF JAMFAM ENTERTAINMENT Music Scholarship is open to all Queens, N.Y. residents, ages 14 to 16 years old.
You must be 14 upon entering and no older than 16 years old during the entry period. Participation in BABS OF JAMFAM Music Scholarship program constitutes entrants full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these official rules and fulfilling all other eligibility requirements.
Applicants must . Documentation must be provided to show proof of registration for the Fall of 2023 for either Full-time or Part-time attendance. The Sponsor will hold auditions and/or interviews for the final persons selected. Selected candidates will be notified of the date, time, and location of the auditions and/or interviews when, where, and the time of the auditions. The scholarship entry period is open now until May 19, 2022, at 11:59 P.M. after the contest period will be disqualified. Submissions will be accepted for the duration of the scholarship entry period.
By entering a submission in the scholarship program, the sponsor shall have the right to use an entrants name, likeness, voice, photograph, biographical musical talent, prize information, and the entry material, without notice and without further compensation or obligation. Further, the sponsor shall use, an entrants name, likeness, voice, photograph, biographical musical talent, prize information, and the entry material without notice and without further compensation or obligation, in any and all media now or hereafter known throughout Queens County, for the sole purposes of advertisement and promotion of the BABS of JAMFAM Music Scholarship.
The potential winner will be notified by email, postal mail, or by phone. The winner will be required to complete and submit a Declaration of Compliance within five (5) business days of the date of notice or attempted notice in order to claim the scholarship.
In the event that the operation, security, application, or administration of the scholarship is impaired in any way for any reason, including, but not limited to fraud, any and all forms of computer viruses, bugs, worms, and the like; faulty computer programs, unauthorized humanitarian intervention or other technical problems, or in the event the scholarship is unable to run as planned for any other reason as determined by the sponsor in its sole discretion, the sponsor may in its sole discretion, either (a) suspend the scholarship to address impairment and then resume the scholarship in a manner that best conforms to the spirit of these Official Rules or (b) terminate the scholarship and in the event of termination award the prize or by a random drawing among the eligible entries received up to the time of impairment. The sponsor reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual it finds to be tampering with the process or operation of the scholarship and may be in violation of criminal and civil law and should such an attempt be made, any sponsor reserves the right to seek damages, including attorney’s fees, and any other remedies from such person(s) to the fullest extent permitted by law. Failure by the sponsor to enforce any provision of these rules shall not constitute waiver of that provision.