This giveaway is now closed. We’ll notify the winners soon. Once they’ve responded to accept their prize, we’ll post the winners on our blog.
It’s summertime, and around these parts, that means that it’s time for some Cocktails in the Gardens events at the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks.
If you’re not familiar, Cocktails in the Garden is a series of fundraisers for the BGO, usually pairing a flower with a tasty beverage of some sort. These summer events also allow folks to check out the gardens, drink some drinks, eat some snacks, and listen to some tunes. You can dance if you want, too.
On Thursday, Aug. 12, the folks at the BGO are holding their annual Moonflowers and Margaritas celebration, and we’ve got two pairs of tickets to give away. Try to win them.
How to enter
It’s almost impossible to ignore the fact that, as my grandfather might say, it has been “hotter than a firecracker out there.” As much as I like granddad’s old sayings, it’s 2010, y’all. Let’s make up some new sayings.
Leave a comment with a new version of “it’s hotter than a firecracker out there,” and you’re entered.
What you’ll win
Two (2) randomly chosen winners will each receive a pair of tickets to Moonflowers and Margaritas on Aug. 12 at 6 p.m. at the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks.
- You may only enter this specific giveaway once.
- This giveaway is open to anyone anywhere except staff of Fayetteville Flyer, the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks and their immediate family members.
- The giveaway is open until 5 p.m. CST on Friday, Aug. 6, 2010 and the random winner will be contacted shortly afterwards. Make sure you leave a valid email address when filling out the comment form since that’s how we’ll contact you if you’ve won. If you don’t respond to the email within 24 hours, you’ll risk losing the prize to someone else.
- You’ll have to provide us with your first and last name (if you win) and then be prepared to show a valid photo ID when picking up your tickets.
To purchase tickets to Moonflowers and Margaritas, head on over to the Botanical Gardens website.