scrooge's nite out ticket giveaway

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

you guys know how much i love to share fun cleveland events with you.

well today, to help get everyone in the holiday spirit, i'm going to tell you about scrooge's nite out.

a benefit for the ohio canal corridor, scrooge's nite out, helps raise funds and awareness for the ohio canal park system that runs from cleveland down through zoar to dover/new philadelphia including the towpath trail, scenic byway, scenic railway and mill creek, among others.


at the end of the day scrooge's nite out is a party, a party that's been taking place annually for 22 years, i.e. they've had a lot of time to perfect it.

here are the event details:
when: friday december 3rd from 7pm to midnight
where: grays armory - 1234 bolivar, downtown cleveland
what: unlimited beer (provided by heineken and amstel light), wine, mixed drinks, food (provided by melange, grovewood tavern, flat iron cafe and quaker steak and lube), and not to mention dancing.
how: $35 advanced ticket purchase or $40 ticket at the door (a steal for what you're getting in my humble opinion)

but you all know what's next right?

giveaway time!

leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite holiday movie and you be entered to win one of two pairs of tickets that i'm giving away to scrooge's nite out.

i'll announce the two winners here on the plum next tuesday the 2nd
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good luck, kids.
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48 comments:

  1. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation!!! Nothing beats that! :)

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  2. I love, love, love A Muppet's Christmas Carol!!

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  3. Favorite holiday movie is A Christmas Story, a must-watch every year. I get chills every time I drive past the Terminal tower and see the Higbee's sign.

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  4. My favorite was always Frosty the Snowman, though I haven't seen it in years...

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  5. Miracle on 34th street, the original. My family watches it every Christmas Eve.

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  6. um, it's a wonderful life. cmon now folks.

    but being from CLE, i feel like I should say A Christmas Story. btw- did you know that there was a sequel?

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  7. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation - I've watched it a million times and it STILL cracks me up!

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  8. Its a wonderful life. a good natured-story about someone refusing to sell out.

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  9. 1. Christmas Story
    2. It's a Wonderful Life
    3a. Die Hard
    3b. Die Hard 2

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  10. Elf. Duh, freakin duh..

    I know him, I know him.

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  11. home alone and white christmas - both traditions in my family.

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  12. Elf is pretty awesome--combines hilarity of Will Ferrel with good ol' holiday spirit. Plus I love the duet of "Baby It's Cold Outside" they sing.

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  13. Christmas Story. No doubt, hands down. It shoots the eye out of all its competition.

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  14. New age its elf, but if we're going classic here...I'm gonna christmas story. What else can you watch for 8 hours straight?

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  15. Hands down - The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. The original, not the Jim Carrey one... Obviously.

    OK... Charlie Brown Christmas is also definitely in the running.

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  16. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation....cousin Eddie rules!

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  17. My fiance introduced me to Planes, Trains and Automobiles so now that's our new tradition to watch that every Christmas!

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  18. Please don't include me to win because I will be at a work Christmas party. I did however want to chime in on my favorite movie during the holiday season! National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation!!! That movie serious is legendary!!!

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  19. My favorite is Charlie Brown Christmas... totally a classic - I actually got a Charlie Brown Christmas tree at Walgreens last year :)

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  20. Home Alone & Elf are my favorite Christmas movies :)

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  21. A Christmas Story...how can you live in Cleveland and not love that one!?

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  22. I'd go with Love Actually or The Family Stone

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  23. A Christmas Story is one of my favorites. I loved that movie as a kid and I was tickled to find out the house was here in Cleveland. I just visited it last Saturday and than stopped for lunch at Lucky's.

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  24. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation is by far my favorite! I love Uncle Eddie!!!

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  25. It's A Wonderful Life!

    Thanks for the contest!

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  26. "Home Alone" is obviously, far & away, my favorite holiday movie. "Elf" trails in second.

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  27. Have to go with Christmas Vacation.

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  28. Umm, favorite movie is Elf, of COURSE! Best.movie.ever.

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  29. Ever since it's came out on DVD, viewing Elf has become my family's Christmas tradition. Best Christmas film ever!

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  30. It's tough to pick a favorite Christmas movie. It's a toss-up between White Christmas with Bing Crosby and the Cleveland classic Christmas Story.

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  31. Elf! (But I also enjoy Home Alone.)

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  32. Definetely Charlie Brown Christmas!

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  33. Home Alone...it is amazing and reminds me of being a kid :)

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  34. Christmas Vacation! It's a family tradition in my home to watch this cheesy, yet relatable holiday flick. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. Call me crazy, but I love Reindeer Games with Ben Affleck.. love the ending to that movie. cheesy otherwise, but

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  36. My fav holiday movie is Bad Santa. It's a holiday tradition to watch it, guess we'll have to switch the movie when our toddler gets a little older!

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  37. I agree with Will... Christmas isn't complete without Love Actually.

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  38. Holiday Inn with Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby. It's everything you want White Christmas to be without having to wait for the last 20 minutes of film!

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  39. My favorites include Love Actually and Elf. While I love Christmas Vacation, I can only watch it so many times before I go crazy! They play it nonstop during the month of December!

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  40. My favorites are A Christmas Story, The Family, Stone and Love Actually.

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  41. Pathetic as it is... I love the old school Rudolph movie with the abominable snowman and stuff :) Frosty is good too!

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  42. Home Alone 1 and 2 easily take the cake. I can't listen to the Christmas music on 106.5 without coming across 10 songs that remind me of Kevin, Buzz's Girlfriend (woof!) and The Wet Bandits

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  43. Cartoons: The Grinch and Charlie Brown
    Real People: Christmas Vacation and Elf

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  44. Hard to pick just one--I have to go with It's a Wonderful Life though. Memories of watching that one every year with my dad, who always kept Christmas in his heart.

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  45. Charlie Brown Christmas &
    Its a Wonderful Life.
    Although there are many other must watch items for us from Thanksgiving to New Years.

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