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#BringBackBoba Campaign Challenge's First Prompt

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In what capacity should Boba Fett return to television in "Star Wars Rebels?"

In what capacity should Boba Fett return to television in "Star Wars Rebels?"

Over the last couple months the #BringBackBoba Campaign has created a number of speculative stories about how Boba Fett could be reintroduced in Star Wars Rebels, along with other development updated. We're now launching the #BringBackBoba Campaign Challenge to help prompt dialogue and conversation amongst fans.

The first campaign challenge is to use the hashtag, #BringBackBoba, on a social networking platform, like Twitter, with an explanation to why Boba Fett should return in Star Wars Rebels. We invite you to participate, hopefully catching the attention of the “powers-that-be” over at Lucasfilm and Disney.

Hopefully you'll all join us in taking a few seconds to answer this first campaign challenge. Also, join the ongoing conversations at the #BringBackBoba Campaign page on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/BringBackBoba.

 


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