Mayor Nutter is holding a drawing to distribute some of the cities World Series Phillies tickets. Six tickets are available for each series home game. See below for details.
UPDATE: The mayor's office has corrected the "erroneous" first version of its press release which limited the drawing to Philadelphia residents. The drawing is now open to everyone.
From the press release:
Today Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced a drawing for World Series tickets. Six tickets, awarded in pairs of two, will be given to watch each of the three home games.* Citizens can win the tickets by correctly answering the trivia question below and emailing the response to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Friday, October 24th. Nine winners, for a total of 18 tickets, will be randomly selected from qualifying respondents.
“I know all Philadelphians share my excitement about the World Series and I want to give everyone a chance to watch the games with me,” said Mayor Nutter. “Head to your local library, send me an email with the correct answer, and come Saturday night you might be watching the game from the Mayor’s Box.”
Answer the following trivia question and place your response in the subject line of the email. In the body of the email, include your name, address and telephone number. Winners will be notified after noon on Friday, October 24th. City employees are ineligible for this drawing but are welcome to participate in a separate drawing open only to City workers.
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*Game five will only occur if neither team wins the first four games.
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