Today, tickets for Poet Bill Campana's poetry show go on sale at The Mesa Arts Center. I'd like to ask for your help in creatinga one-day sellout of this show. There are 99 seats, so all it takes are 99 people to order 1 ticket each, or 49 people to order two.
Bill Campana is revered Nationwide for his poetry, professional slam poets across the nation cite Bill's work and influence. We here in the Valley are fortunate enough to have him live here, write here, and express here.
So, I am asking you today, to go online or pick up the phone and order one or more tickets to Bill's show, which will be September 27th, 2008 at 8PM at The Mesa Arts Center. Buy a ticket for yourself or as a gift for someone you know likes poetry. Tickets are only $12 each.
The Mesa Arts Center Website is: https://boxoffice.mesaartscenter.com/online/defaultlist.asp?calDaySearch=2008-9-27
The Box Office Phone Number is: 480.644.6500
The Address is 1 E MainSt, Mesa, AZ, 85211
If you buy more than one ticket, let me know after you buy them how many you purchased. The person that buys the most tickets on Friday the 22nd, and let's me know by email, text, or in the Anthology Forums, will receive a free, Autographed Copy of Bill's 3 CD set, The Hit List, awarded on the night of the show. Your purchase must be verifiable, be made on Friday the 22nd, and I must be notified on Friday to qualify. If there is a tie, we will do a drawing for the winner on the night of the show. to email me, send me a message to Bob@anthology.org
, text me (or call and leave a message, whichever) at 602.478.9508, or post to http://www.anthology.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=125#125
Include your name, number of tickets you bought, how you bought them (web/email/in person/phone). I'll update the forum link above with the current highest number through the day.
Have a great day, and thank you for helping us to support the Literary arts in the Valley.
Director, Anthology, Inc.
PO Box 4411
Mesa, AZ 85211www.anthology.org
Anthology’s mission is to promote performance poetry and associated literary arts in the greater Phoenix community by providing opportunities for artists to perform their work and by making spokenword arts accessible to a diverse audience. More information on Anthology and how you can become a member can be found at http://www.anthology.org