October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Medieval Times, Atlanta has joined the FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE!
If the Medieval Times, Atlanta Facebook page reaches 4,000 ‘Likes’ by October 31, the castle will donate $1,000 to Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University.
by October 31st
to the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University
Like Medieval Times Atlanta Facebook page and be entered to win 4 tickets to attend a Medieval Times show!
To support this important battle, one lucky Atlanta Moms® reader will win a Family Four-Pack of tickets to one of Medieval Times, Atlanta’s shows Sunday-Friday through the end of December! Please help spread the word on your networks and via twitter #MTatlanta. This is one battle we definitely want to win!
How to enter: If you ‘Like’ the Medieval Times Atlanta Facebook page (Facebook.com/MTatlanta) and leave a relevant comment below, you will be entered to win four tickets to attend a show!
Mandatory: You must Like the Medieval Times Atlanta Facebook page then comment below.
You have until 11:59pm EST Oct. 26th to leave your comment. We will choose a winner at random on Oct. 27th. The winner must respond to our email by October 28th in order to claim their prize. An alternate winner will be chosen otherwise.
Official press release:
Hear ye! Hear ye! For the first time in company history, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, Atlanta spearheads a cause-marketing campaign coined “FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE,” via the location’s recently launched Facebook page. In an effort to build fan engagement while supporting breast cancer awareness, the castle has committed to donate $1,000 to Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University once attaining 4,000 local Facebook page ‘Likes’ at Facebook.com/MTatlanta.
“The virtues of knighthood demand a commitment to the community,” said the Atlanta Castle’s Marketing & Sales Manager, Katrina Stroup. “FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE allows the castle to give back, while simultaneously addressing an audience of passionate locals who wish to be involved in the community.”
In noble honor of breast cancer awareness month, Medieval Times jumped at the opportunity to don pink, fight (and joust) for breast cancer research, and create a turnkey channel through which Facebook fans may support a worthy cause that touches the lives of so many.
In an effort to spread the FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE beyond the castle walls, Medieval Times forged partnerships and developed a variety of grass roots initiatives to support the campaign. Highlights include talent from Star94 Atlanta visiting the castle parking lot to promote the Rack Up the Miles Campaign for Breast Cancer, a costumed horse and rider joining the ‘Be the Boss of You’ trail ride for breast cancer, and a visit from 5-Hour Energy to distribute pink lemonade and energize the Medieval Times team for the FIGHT.
The castle’s hope is to spread awareness of the FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE throughout the area by distributing pink promotional items at local events and at Medieval Times shows throughout the month of October. In addition to their donation commitment, Medieval Times plans to award one random participant a party for eight guests at the castle, making this FIGHT a win/win battle.
To join the FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE, visit Facebook.com/MTatlanta, hit the ‘Like’ button and feel the blush of communal camaraderie. In October, it’s noble to like pink!
Visit Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, Atlanta on Facebook and hit ‘Like.’ If the pages reaches 4,000 ‘Likes’ in October, 2012, a $1,000 donation will be made to Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University. Help spread the word on Twitter, and tag Tweets with #MTatlanta.