Thursday, March 13, 2014

Shrine Circus Giveaway

The Shrine Circus returns to CONSOL Energy Center 
April 4-6
 Celebrating its 65th anniversary!  
Tickets on sale now!
 This year’s Circus will be a fun-filled extravaganza featuring the following:
The Human Fuse – he sets himself on fire and is shot out of a giant crossbow!! (As seen on The Late Show with David Letterman) There will be a comedy trampoline act; daredevils will ride motorcycles, bears will ride motorcycles, and a six-man troupe on BMX bikes. This year’s circus performers also will include elephants, tigers, bears – and – house cats. And “Hump day” will have a new meaning, when a painted camel act performs for the first time. Long-time favorite, Grandma the Clown returns. 
Special guest:  THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN

Affordable family fun! Opening Night – all tickets $15 (excluding VIP).
·         Giant Eagle Family Fun Pack – 4 tickets for $68 includes $20 of concession value – good for all shows!
Purchase tickets at the Box Office or at Ticketmaster.com



 Shriner’s are the largest philanthropic fraternal organization in the United States.  Pittsburgh has more Shriner’s than any city in North America.  The Shrine Circus is the largest fundraising event for the Shriner’s of Pittsburgh, which helps them support the 22 Shriner’s Hospitals for Children across North America.  The Shriner’s Hospitals for Children offers free care for children, and are considered the premier sites for orthopedic care and treatment for burns, and recently began specialized care for cleft palate repair.  The Shriner's Hospitals for Children have treated over 850,000 patients, and have a daily operating cost of over $2.3 million dollars every day! 
GIVEAWAY:
FIVE lucky winners will each win a family 4-packs of tickets! 
(Winners will pick up their tickets at will-call.)
 Go here to enter:

Contest open for entries through Wednesday, March 26, 2014, at midnight. Winners have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

20 comments:

Diane Roach said...

Luckily we haven't had any scares but are familiar w Shriners.

Stacey Yeager said...

No medical scares, but we are familiar with Shriners.

molly pitcher said...

No medical scares and I am learning more about Shriners.

Anonymous said...

Thankfully, no scares but we have heard of it.

Ronie Montgomery said...

I haven't had any medical scares and not to familiar with shriners.

Jamie said...

No Medical Scares luckily, and not very familiar with Shriners.

Emmelyn's Mommy said...

No scares, thankfully, but familiar with Shriners.

RyanAngela521 said...

No health scares - thankfully! Not super familiar with Shriners but have always heard such wonderful and positive things about them!

Adrienne said...

Shriner's is one of the possibilities for helping our unborn son.

Lindsey said...

No scares , but we are very familiar with shriners

Michelle said...

no scares, thank goodness. but we know of the shriners and they are a really great organization!

Laura Elm said...

We are familiar with Shriners, no medical scares.

Patricia Wojnar Crowley said...

We have had a few medical scares over the years. I have heard of the Shriner's Hospital!

Betty Wojnar said...

Thank God no medical scares. I never heard of the hospitals

Kelly C. said...

We have had a few ER trips, one for anaphylaxis. Always thankful to live near good medical care. I am a bit familiar with the Shriner legacy and hospitals.

Valerie said...

Yes. and no.

Brooke Hrinda said...

Thankfully no scares and I have heard of the Shiner's hospitals.

Amanda Guettinger said...

i was not familiar with shriners until just recently while checking out info on this circus, luckily we havent had any major medical scares just normal cuts and breaks.

Danielle Marie said...

Unfortunately, we have had many medical scares. My mom has been chronically ill since I was 2, and her life has been full of many surgeries and life threatening emergencies. My younger cousin also had kidney cancer at the age of 4, so we are familiar with the Shriners. :)

Anonymous said...

Not familiar with shrines hospital. Scariest emergency when my daughter fell and hit her face on a little wooden stool followed by a pool of blood, visit to ER, and stitches