REDMOND, Wash., Nov. 30, 2004 — Smart Watches for MSN®
Direct and Tom Arnold have teamed up to search for America’s super fan: the person who has gone the lowest to catch the score when they should have been doing something else. The winner will be revealed at a special event Tuesday, Dec. 7, in New York City.
Will it be the boyfriend who faked a broken leg to avoid a formal dance during the World Series? How about the guy whose sixth-grade teacher caught him with a radio in his pants? Or will it be the sailor who diverted a Navy submarine to get the right frequency for the game?
When: Tuesday, Dec. 7, 12:30–1:30 p.m.
What: Tom Arnold, Michael Strahan and super fan (Gregory “Catman” Good) will select the sports fan who has gone the lowest to get the score.
Where: The Shops at Columbus Circle — Second Floor, 10 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10022
R.S.V.P.: (800) 574-9852 or [email protected].com
The winner of the national “How Low Did You Go to Catch the Big Game?” contest will receive a VIP trip to party with the pros in February and a Smart Watch from MSN Direct. Smart Watches ensure that sports fans will never have to sink to these lows again because they can catch the score for their favorite teams with a flick of their wrist while they’re on the go.
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