Fall Soldier of the Month!

This contest ended 3 months ago



We're looking for one member of the BSB Army to highlight as our next Soldier of the Month!

To enter, answer the following question: Since COVID-19 has put fandom life on hold with no Backstreet Boys events to attend, what BSB-related thing will you never take for granted again?

Make sure you answer the question in the comments section below and then click the 'Sign Up For This' button. You must complete both tasks to enter!

Each month's soldier will receive:
+ Personal tweet/follow from the BSB band account
+ A feature piece on BSB.com
+ A special bundle of BSB goodies
+ Permanent bragging rights
+ And more ;)

Check back here in the contests section in December to sign up to be SOTM!

Terms

- Must be a registered member of the BSB fan club.

- Previous SOTMs are not eligible for two calendar years. After 24 months, they can enter.

- All entries are subject to audit.

- Winner is selected at random.

  1. I hope to realise my dream tonmeet them one day ??????

  2. Covid has changed our perception of reality in a radical way. We are always living in fear and uncertainty, it has deprived us of our freedom and caused so many deaths and so much pain. I firmly believe that we will emerge from this pandemic because we are stronger than Covid. We must never lose hope and we must never think that we are alone. The positive thing about this damn pandemic has been that it has brought people even closer together. Life itself has taken on a greater meaning, a deeper sense that binds us together. So let us live day by day and savour every single moment, with our loved ones, with our families, with our friends. The day will come when we can embrace each other again, kiss and no longer have to keep our distance. Personally, I take nothing for granted. Of course, I miss my social life, going to events, going out with friends or just getting some fresh air. For me, the Backstreet Boys are and will always be a staple in my life. Their music is the essence of happiness. I conclude by saying that you can't live without music because music is life.

  3. I would love to meet them????

  4. I will never, ever take for Granted the opportunity to be able buy their merchandise. Even without Covid-19 there will be a day where the Backstreet boys will no longer be alive to preform, or show us how much we mean to them. The fans will always have memorabilia and our memories for years and years to come, that we can share with the next several generations.

  5. I would never take for granted all the energy and love that comes from a BSB concert. I’ve only been to one concert in my life, but it was my childhood dream! The overwhelming feeling and excitement was so great and the show definitely lived up to everything I had hoped for. I had tickets to attend again in 2020, and although I’m bummed It was postponed it gives me a light at the end of the tunnel with the pandemic and I can’t wait to see them again! My 2 year old and I hold “back boys” as he calls it concerts in my living room almost everyday. Bsb has definitely helped us dance it out through all these crazy covid days.

  6. even though I have never been to a backstreet boys concert or events the thing I will never take for granted during this pandemic is the CD I have of them their songs makes me so calm and sing during this pandemic and even before this pandemic hit. in todays chaos and before the chaos of the pandemic I will love and forever more the backstreet boys because you all make me feel calm and passionate about singing your songs at home and listen to them in college as well.

  7. I will never take for granted ... face-to-face contact with the boys. Unfortunately the pandemic has changed many situations.
    I have in my memory the beautiful show in Uberlandia / Brazil.
    Today what prevails with chaos is my love for Backstreet Boys, that will be forever.

    Love u BSB!

  8. Concerts

  9. Hi, my name is Jen. I am a 34 yr old woman who lives in Tampa, and have been a fan of The Backstreet Boys since 1993. With this entire Pandemic going on, the thing I've learrned not to take for granted life. I've led an extremely difficult one being diagnosed with 5 different diseases, being in a coma, having a stroke and losing the use of my left eye and so much more. When the guys performed their Vegas Residency, I wanted nothing more than to be able to attend it, but because of extreme chronic nerve damage and allodynia(not being able to be touched) making me now wheelchair bound, I never thought I'd be able to make the flight. But my mother, who is also a huge BSB fan saw that they were performing for my 33rd birthday last year, she was determined to get me there to see my guys. lol. It was rough, but mom and I stuck it through together and it ended up being the best birthday and experience in my life. No matter how hard of things life throws at you just remember "Gloves are on, ready to fight, like a lion I will survive". Not to mention it brought my mother's and my relationship so much closer. We did the meet and greet together, and I just won't take any future BSB concerts/meet and greets, even just listening to my cds for granted. They don't just sing, they tell stories with their music, and they've told mine so many times, who knows where I'd be if I didn't have their music to get me through it all. 5 diseases, brain surgery, 3rd degree burns which led to skin grafts on my entire chest, and a seizure down a flight of spiral stairs leading to intubation, stroke, and coma. I am their Madeline....and I will "rise up, rise up, and rise up because of them.

  10. The one thing I will never take for granted is how much bsb music has helped me through hard times. I can't tell you how many time the kids and I have had a baby concert in our living room. I even hear my 10 yr old putting on the music while she is doing school assignment online.

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