[Congrats to randomly selected winner Chuck T. and thanks to all who entered!]
Merry Christmas, faithful readers!
It is time for my annual 12 Days of Christmas giveaway – actually starting on the correct day this year – when I show my appreciation for your readership by giving you things.
Good deal, right?
As usual, tremendous thanks to the promoters, publicists and venue gurus for providing this year’s stash.
The rules to enter any of the 12 Days giveaways will stay the same throughout (with dates and other obvious things changed). Also, since I am taking some time off between now and Jan. 7, you will likely receive my out of office message.
Do not fret.
For those “prizes” that are time sensitive – like the one for today’s kickoff – I will be sure to check my email to randomly select a winner. For the others, it MIGHT take me a day or two to contact the selected victor and post the name at the top of the respective blog.
So, let’s get this gift-stravaganza rolling.
For Day 1, I have for you, thanks to our friends at Broadway In Atlanta, a pair of tickets to the Jan. 3 performance of “Rock of Ages” at the Fox Theatre. This is the 10th anniversary of the ‘80s-centric musical, and it returns to the Fox Jan. 3-4.
Tickets start at $30.25 if you are inclined to purchase, otherwise to enter to win:
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 p.m. Dec. 26. Please do not enter if you cannot attend and please, only one entry per email address.
You must put “Day 1” in the subject line or I will not see your email. If you tell me, “I want to go!” or “’Don’t Stop Believin’’ is totally my jam!” sorry, but your message will merely become one of the hundreds in my inbox and you’ll have zero chance of winning.
I will randomly select — and contact — a winner on Dec. 26. I will also post the winning name here once I’ve received confirmation.
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