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BusCon football fans can enter to win Colts tickets

Posted on September 2, 2014

Photo courtesy Mark Susina
Photo courtesy Mark Susina
The Indianapolis Colts will be playing the Philadelphia Eagles in the first televised “Monday Night Football” game of the 2014 football season. The game, taking place at Lucas Oil Stadium, starts at 8:30pm on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014.

BusCon is giving its biggest fans a chance to see the game live.

In a contest only open to registered BusCon attendees and exhibitors, a video, audio or written testimonial must be submitted. All submissions are entered into a random drawing to win one of 10 pairs of tickets to the game. 

The subject of the testimonial can be:

  • As a firsttimer explaining what you’re looking forward to at BusCon.
  • As a Returning attendee: explaining why you’re coming back to BusCon.
  • As an Exhibitor: explaining why you come every year.
  • Or, make a funny commercial to promote BusCon.

The testimonial for BusCon can be submitted as a video or audio file from your smartphone or typed into a special entry form by Wednesday, Sept. 3.

Welcome Reception BONUS: Exhibits Only pass holders who attend the Monday sessions will be given a FREE ticket to the Welcome Reception. Full conference and full exhibitor pass holders are automatically admitted to the reception.

More details can be found by clicking this link to BusConExpo.com.

BusCon takes place Sept. 15 to 17, 2014 with the exhibit hall open on September 16 and 17.  Those who register by August 15 can save on a full conference pass or take advantage of a free exhibit hall only pass.

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