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Michael-welch.com – They need your Twilight Ticket Stubs!!!

November 27, 2008

source: michael-welch.com

Attention all Twi-lighters, Twi-hards, and Welch Fans

As you all know, the release of Twilight on November 21 coincides with what many perceive to be the official kick start to the holiday season. This time of year has always inspired a spirit of giving and charity, and 2008 will be no exception. We here at Michael-Welch.com would like to invite you, the fans, to help us give a little something back. That is why we are pleased to announce our first ever Ticket Stub Drive to benefit Kids With a Cause. Michael has been involved with this wonderful organization since 1999.

Here’s how the Ticket Stub Drive Works:

  • Go see Twilight anytime during the first two weeks of its theatrical run.
  • Scan or photograph your ticket stub. (Bonus points if you’d like to take a photo of yourself with your stub.)
  • Send your stub to Shadow (shadowcrawler05@yahoo.com), who has created a special section in our gallery.
  • If we receive 50 ticket stubs, a donation of $100 USD will be made to Kids With a Cause.

So when you see Twilight this month, don’t toss your ticket stub in the nearest trash receptacle. Put it in your pocket, digitize it, and send it in to help out a wonderful charity.

Thanks for all that you do,
The Staff of Michael-Welch.com

This is a great idea and I already sent mine in. I don’t know if they accepted it but I sent mine in! View my ticket below!

My Fandango Twilight Ticket!

My Fandango Twilight Ticket!

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