FORT WORTH, Texas, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- American Airlines, the official airline of the hit show, Q'VIVA! The Chosen, has teamed up with the show's producers to offer fans a chance to win a unique VIP experience to attend a live Q'VIVA! performance in the United States. Q'VIVA! The Chosen follows superstar artists Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony and Jamie King as they travel through Latin America searching for extraordinary performers who hope to be among "The Chosen." The singers, musicians, dancers, acrobats and other uniquely talented performers are given the opportunity to travel to Los Angeles for the chance to work with the superstars to produce a spectacular live show highlighting the artists from throughout the region. Filmed in three languages, Q'VIVA! The Chosen is being broadcast in 21 countries, and has now become one of the biggest new international TV shows of 2012.
Fans of the show can enter for a chance to win the American Airlines Q'VIVA! The Chosen promotion by visiting AA.com/qviva. Two grand prize winners, who will be chosen from qualifying Latin American countries, Puerto Rico and the United States as detailed in the Sweepstakes rules, will each receive tickets for two to attend a live Q'VIVA! show in the U.S. in 2012, and enough American Airlines AAdvantage® miles for their round-trip travel. While at the show, they will also have the opportunity to attend a meet-and-greet with show contestants, and will receive a three-night stay in a local hotel plus a $1,000 gift card to use during their trip.
"As a global company, American connects people from many different cultures and communities and we want to share this passion with our customers. We're offering a chance to experience the international talent at a live Q'VIVA! performance, uniting the raw talent discovered in Latin America in a fusion of different rhythms, textures, and artistic styles," said Rob Friedman, American's Vice President – Marketing. "As the official airline of Q'VIVA! The Chosen, we've had the opportunity to fly the show to many of the destinations we serve to help them uncover and celebrate the remarkable talent that lives in this region."
American offers more flights to more destinations in Latin America than any other U.S. airline. American's Mexico/Caribbean/Latin America route system encompasses 45 destinations in 17 countries, including nine American Eagle destinations in Mexico. In June, American will begin service to Manaus, Brazil – the airline's seventh destination in the country.
Q'VIVA! The Chosen debuted on the Univision Network on Jan. 28, 2012, and premiered on the FOX network on March 3. It also airs across Latin America and the Caribbean. New figures reveal that more than 30 million TV viewers are now watching the show across the Americas. To find your local network or for more information on Q'VIVA! The Chosen, including complete sweepstakes rules, visit www.aa.com/qviva.
Exclusive content is available on the Q'VIVA! The Chosen pages: www.qvivathechosen.com, Facebook.com/qvivathechosen, Twitter.com/qviva, YouTube.com/qviva and YouTube.com/qvivathechosen.
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