Fresh Thoughts Ticket Giveaway!

Published September 13, 2012

We have a very special surprise giveaway for you today!

To celebrate our amazing Fresh Thoughts Sustainable Dining Series 2012 season,  the National Aquarium is giving our fans on Facebook and Twitter the chance to win a pair of tickets to the Fresh Thoughts dinner at our Washington, DC venue next Wednesday, September 19.

Our Fresh Thoughts series gives guests a better understanding of how to make sustainable seafood choices and the opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal in the Aquarium after-hours!

From 3:30pm EST today until 3:30 pm EST tomorrow, September 14, comment on our Facebook post or send us a tweet using the hashtag #FreshThoughts telling us why you'd like to join our next Fresh Thoughts dinner. A random entry will win two tickets to our Fresh Thoughts event  Wednesday, September 19, with Guest Chef Xavier Deshayes and an amazing menu featuring sea bream!

Here are the instructions: 1) Follow the National Aquarium on Twitter at @NatlAquarium and/or like our Facebook page   2) Tweet us you reason why you’d like to attend the upcoming Fresh Thoughts dinner to @NatlAquarium and include the hashtag #FreshThoughts 3) Comment on our Facebook post mentioning today's giveaway with the reason why you'd like to attend our Fresh Thoughts dinner in Washington, DC.

Contest closes at 3:30pm EST on Friday, September 14, 2012. A winner will be announced at 4:30pm EST on Friday, September 14, 2012. Entrants must be 21 or older to win. Winner and guest MUST be able to attend event. If selected winner is unable to attend, the National Aquarium reserves the right to pick a new winner.  

     
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