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The Veronica Mars Movie Giveaway



Miss Veronica Mars? PartnersHub and Warner Bros. are teaming up to award a super-fan a copy of the upcoming film and Neptune, CA trucker hat. To enter, take the 3 levels of “Purity Test Marshmallow Super-Fan Trivia” and post your results in the comments section as a giveaway entry. Mentioning the giveaway on your Twitter with hashtag #VeronicaMarsMovie couldn't hurt either.



Each household is only eligible to win One (1) Veronica Mars Prize Pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

Contest ends March 17th, U.S. residents only.
On the eve of graduating law school, Veronica Mars has put Neptune and her amateur sleuthing days behind her. While interviewing at high-end New York law firms, Veronica Mars gets a call from her ex-boyfriend Logan who has been accused of murder. Veronica heads back to Neptune just to help Logan find an attorney, but when things don't seem right with how Logan's case is perceived and handled, Veronica finds herself being pulled back into a life she thought she had left behind.

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