[iDiversity] UW groups are invited to attend NBC's America's Got
Talent LIVE in Seattle as a group fundraiser!
Marisa E Duarte
meduarte at uw.edu
Mon Feb 14 12:37:03 PST 2011
America’s Got Talent, NBC’s # 1 show, is coming to Seattle and your
organization can raise money by being a part of the live audience!!
Yes, we will actually pay you for attending!
Join host Nick Cannon and judges Howie Mandel, Sharon Osborne and Piers
Morgan in the live studio audience as the country’s best performers compete
in the new season. The show is looking for quality groups to be a part of
the studio audience and in exchange for your participation we will donate
money to your group. This is a fun and easy way to raise money for your
group, club, organization, or team. There are no catches. Book a day. Get
your group together. Attend the show. Receive a check in the mail! It is
that easy. Not only will this help raise money, your organization will have
a chance to be seen on national television! Attending T.V. tapings is a
common fundraising tool in Los Angeles and now we can offer Seattle area
groups the same opportunity. We have lots of space, so please forward this
email to any groups that you know of in the area so they’ll have an
opportunity to take advantage of this amazing FUNdraiser!
The Show will tape March 2nd and 3rd at Seattle’s Paramount Theater. You
must have at least 20 people in your group to qualify for fundraising and
the minimum age to attend is 14. You will receive $5 per person in exchange
for your group’s participation. There are two arrival times you may choose
from: 12:30 PM (finishing at approx. 5:30 PM) and 5:30 PM (finishing at
approx. 11 PM). Buses may be available for groups of 40 or more please call
for details. For more details and to book your team or organization, please
call Howard or Annie at 818-295-2700.
Group Booking Department
On Camera Audiences, Inc.
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If you don’t have a group, but would like to free tickets, please use the
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