For the past three years, the members of the Flobots have enlisted a bunch of their friends to lace up their bowling shoes and hit the lanes in the name of charity. In past years, the event their buddies in bands like the Fray and Rise Against and Tickle Me Pink. This year's edition of the Bowling Ball takes place tomorrow night at Lucky Strike Lanes in Bellmar and will once again feature a host of local musicians, including DeVotchKa, the Epilogues, Paper Bird, John Common and more. Sound like fun? We've got a couple pairs of tickets up for grabs. Page down for details on how to enter.
To enter our Flobots Bowling Ball 3 contest:
1. "Like" us on Facebook, which you can do right here (Note: If you're already following us on Facebook, you're already eligible to enter; proceed to step two):
2. Leave a comment below with your actual e-mail address (in the appropriate field, not the body of your comment, lest you risk being spammed to death by unscrupulous Internet bots). And just in case you harbor any sort of trepidation of such things, you can rest easy: You have our word that your contact info will not be used for any other purpose than to notify you if you win.
Check back later this afternoon. We'll be drawing winners at random around 2 p.m., and then you can pick up your tickets at our office before 6 p.m. Good luck!
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