Our much-loved locally-owned venue the Granada Theater just gave us even more reason to want to kiss owner Mike Schoder’s hemp shoes. The following is a MySpace bulletin sent via the Granada’s new MySpace page:
How much do your friends care about you? Do you really know who your friends truly are? Well this contest will help you figure it out! In order to win tickets for you and a friend to BOTH Bishop Allen on October 23rd and Shout Out Louds on November 3rd, you are going to need every friend you got. Send your friends to this blog and have them vote for you by posting a comment to let us know why you should win. The person with the most votes will be the winner. Good luck!
All ya gotta do is round up your friends and promise them a ticket if they vote for you. You can just sort it out after you win. -– Jonanna Widner
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