Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Want to go to Dark Lord Day 2011? Here’s how.

If you are not a Three Floyds diehard, and if you are unfamiliar with Dark Lord Day, which takes place this year on April 30 in Munster, Indiana, the following information will make little sense. You may navigate elsewhere.

However, if you are, and you’d like to go to Dark Lord Day but could not score tickets when the event sold out within mere milliseconds of being announced, then continue reading.

Thanks to the benevolence of a friend, NABC has gained possession of two tickets to Dark Lord Day (Group B; 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. admittance). We are going to raffle them as a unit, according to the following rules:

1. 100% of the proceeds from this Dark Lord Day raffle will be donated to Team Livestrong, as requested by the donor. Team Livestrong is “creating a relevant, vibrant cancer movement based on evidence and investing in strategic solutions.”

2. The two tickets are being raffled together, as a unit. Each chance costs $10, cash only, please. You may enter as often as your wallet likes, but only human to human transactions will be accepted, i.e., no snail mail or Internet entries. When the winner is drawn, he or she will receive both tickets. Sorry, but employees of NABC and their immediate families are ineligible to participate.

3. All raffle chance sales will be conducted during regular business hours at the two NABC locations, beginning at opening on Tuesday, April 5, and concluding on Friday, April 15 at 5:00 p.m.

4. The drawing will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, April 15 at the Public House bar. The donor of the tickets will have the honor of drawing the winning entry. There’ll be special beer for the occasion; just don’t ask us what – yet.

5. You need not be present to win, but please have your full name, address and phone number on your raffle chance so we can contact you, and when you come to claim your winnings, have your ticket and your ID ready. There'll be no shenanigans.

That’s all, folks. Thanks for playing, and take lots of photos to show the bar flies back home.

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