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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Enter to win 'Shrek' tickets by Wednesday

Posted By on Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 11:30 AM

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The deadline for winning a family 4-pack of tickets to “Shrek the Musical” at Robinson Center Music Hall, which runs Oct. 28-30, is tomorrow. To enter, view the slideshow and let us know where Shrek is in each picture. Seven correct answers or more makes you eligible for the 4-pack, and with 10 correct answers you can also win an invitation to the cast party. Four winners will be selected for the 4-pack, but only one for the cast party.

Send your answers to tiffany@arktimes.com with subject line “Shrek the Musical promotion” by Wednesday, Oct. 26.

UPDATE: Contest has closed out and winners have been chosen and notified.

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