We’re so sorry for sending multiple copies of our March newsletter.
Our Email Service Provider (or ESP) updated their software the same day we sent our campaign. A glitch with their update caused many of you to receive 5 copies of our newsletter.
Which is 4 copies too many. Sorry, our bad.
If you were affected, while there is no way we can clean out your inbox for you, we can offer you our most sincere apologies and a promise (and one from our ESP too) that this won’t happen again.
As a token of our appreciation, we’ve added another day to our current sale.
If you have questions or if there is anything at all we can do for you, please get in touch.
Thanks, and have a great Family Day!
The Crestock Team
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards are this coming Sunday, February 12th.
Here are a few pics of the some of the confirmed performers and nominees at the event.
For a full list of nominees, check out Grammy.com
And come back next week for new images of the pre-show red carpet arrivals and the winners.
Monday, known as Accession Day in the Commonwealth, was the quiet beginning of five months of events for Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family as she celebrates 60 years on the throne.
Traditionally, Accession Day is not celebrated in the United Kingdom, as it marks the passing of the previous monarch. Queen Elizabeth ascended to the throne after the death of her father, King George VI, on February 6, 1952.
The highlight of her Diamond Jubilee celebration will be a long holiday weekend in the U.K. in early June, when the Queen and the royal family will lead a flotilla of 1,000 boats on the River Thames. Sir Paul McCartney will headline a concert performed in front of Buckingham Palace the same weekend.
Elizabeth is the 2nd longest reigning British monarch.
Do you know whose reign was celebrated during the last Diamond Jubilee? Tell us in the comments below!
Katy Perry will perform at 54th Annual Grammy Awards next Sunday – February 12, 2012!
Thanks to the recent launch of the Crestock Celebrity Collection, we’ve now got images of red carpet arrivals, awards ceremonies, movie premieres and all your favourite celebrity events – perfect for editorial use – starting from just $1!
The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild awards were held Sunday in Los Angeles, California at the Shrine Auditorium.
The SAG awards are a recognition for excellence in film and television. Members of the Screen Actors Guild are nominated for the awards by a randomly selected group of their peers and colleagues who are also professional actors and members of the Guild. The Screen Actors Guild is an American Labour Union representing upwards of 200,000 film and television actors from around the world.
The awards have been held annually since 1995 and are a popular television event. They are considered a leading indicator of the Academy Awards, which will be held in just a few weeks (on February 26th).
Highlights of Sunday’s event included several wins for the movie The Help including “Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture”, the 2nd SAG win for Modern Family as “Best Comedy by an Ensemble” in Television, Alec Baldwin’s win as “Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series” for 30 Rock and Betty White’s win as “Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series” for Hot In Cleveland.
The long parade of arrivals on the red carpet is always a big event for television viewers – and this year was no exception, immediately spawning lists of best and worst dressed “awards” before the show even started! Here are some of the ladies on the Best Dressed lists for the evening:
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