Saturday, May 22, 2010

5/27/10 MDA Fundraiser needs your help, comedy fans!

This is going out to all my peeps in the 916, yo!  Sac fans, check this out!

Okay, the big MDA Fundraiser at Tommy T's - you know, the one where I'm headlining? - is coming up THIS THURSDAY, 5/27!  As you may recall, 100% of ticket sales (and tickets are ten bucks) go right to the MDA.  So to make the top dollar for the MDA, it would help to sell this monkey OUT!

This is where you can help.

Of course, you showing up is a fantastic start, and I'm dying to see you there.  But to make sure we hit the big numbers, it would help if some other folks came along, too.


We've got a couple of promotional flyers for this show (designed by photographer Cynthia E. Jones), and it would be a HUGE help if you could take one of those and paste it up in your office...or in the window of your favorite coffee shop...or on the windshield of every car at Arco Arena.  Whatever works for you.  The more people that hear about this event the better, and with your help, we can make that wee dream of sellout dolla come true!

There are two versions of the flyer.  The first is the standard one, and comes in both color and black and white versions.  The second is the awesome fancy one, which you can use if you don't mind using more of your color ink (it's much more colorful).  You can find the PDF of each one at these handy links:

** Click on the text link (not the thumbnail) to go to the full-size PDF **

Just choose whichever your printer likes better (not everyone has a color printer.  Many offices are still way too cheap), pull up that PDF, print it, and stick it somewhere where folks can see it.  With any luck, Operation: Flyer Buddy will be a spectacular success, and there will be happy comedy fans wall to wall at Tommy T's!

Thanks, everybody.  This is a really good cause, and I really appreciate your help on this.  Let me know if you have any questions or problems.  And seriously...I hope to see you there!

1 comment:

  1. Getting the word out and raising the money is great and I hope you sell every seat. But let's talk about that picture of you in your kitchen. That fade out to the edges... looks like you're living in a bad slasher flick! I even think I see an axe blade just coming out of the shadows on the left!