So, the City of Tempe has started a new campaign to raise awareness and to get more people to Like their page on Facebook.
According to the press release below, you and I can win cool stuff just because you “Like” the City of Tempe. How cool is that!?! Once you like them, just tell them that Nick said you would find cool stuff on their page. In a way, we both get brownie points. Hey, my kids LOVE the water and if I help get the most likes, I get to take them boating on Tempe Town Lake. Seriously, my boys LOVE Tempe Town lake, they DESERVE to win this dang contest. You won’t let them down, will you?
Here’s the scoop from Tempe.
2,011 in 2011 Facebook contest starts on Social Media Day
In celebration of Social Media Day, the City of Tempe is hosting a contest – and you can win a free boat ride on Town Lake and concert tickets!
We’re hoping that someone will be our 2,011th Facebook fan sometime this year – 2011.
All our Facebook fans are special and we really appreciate it when people share the information we post and recommend us to their friends. So, if you happen to recommend the 2,011th fan, not only will that lucky new fan get a prize, so will you!
Here’s how it works:
We’re at www.facebook.com/cityoftempe. If you aren’t a fan, please like us. If you are, tell people about the page. When they ‘like us’ have them drop a note on our wall that lets us know that you are the reason that they are on our page. Who knows? They may even say something nice about you!
The more people you recommend, the more likely you are to win a prize, because the person who recommends the most people (and remember, your name has to appear in a post) will win a prize, too!
Each winner will receive a free boat rental large enough to hold three of their friends or family members from Tempe Boat Rental on Tempe Town Lake and a pair of tickets to the Songwriters’ Showcase at Tempe Center for the Arts.
I am already a fan of Tempe, you should be too! Heck, they are only trying to get to 2011 and they are almost there so HURRY! Just like the City of Tempe on Facebook and tell them that Nick Bastian sent you.
C’mon, do it for my kids! 🙂