Ticket Giveaway! Operation: Battle of the Bands

Posted on: May 12th, 2010 at 11:00 am by

On Monday we posted about our involvement with Operation: Battle of the Bands, and now we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the show!  Send an email with the subject “Battle of the Bands” to giveaway@boweryboogie.com with your name, email address, and phone number (phone # is optional, but helpful if we need to meet at the venue to give you the tickets). We will only use this info to notify the winner. You will not get spam from us or a drunk dial in the middle of the night.

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This is a great cause, so please come down and check it out even if you don’t win the tickets. For more info, read our event announcement post or order tickets here.

Here are the rules:

  • Giveaway runs from 12:00am ET May 12, 2010 to 11:59pm ET May 16, 2010.
  • One randomly selected winner will receive a pair of tickets to the Operation: Battle of the Bands ($70 value).
  • Limit one entry per person per day.
  • To enter, email your name, email address, and phone number (phone # is optional) to giveaway@boweryboogie.com with the subject “Battle of the Bands.” We will only use this information to notify the winner.
  • On May 17, 2010, we will randomly pick a winner and notify him/her. He/she will have 24 hours to respond, at which time we will contact the next random winner.
  • You must be over 21 years old to enter. It’s not our problem if you get to the venue and can’t get in because you do not have ID or are too young.
  • We have a full Privacy Policy here.

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