Found January 15, 2013 on Phillies Nation:
Hey all, come join me Sunday, January 27  at 6:30 p.m. for Sports Quizzo at Fieldhouse Sports Bar in Center City Philadelphia. I’ll be hosting alongside Johnny Goodtimes, one of the most well-known quizmasters in the Philly area. We’ll have some great food and drink specials, plus awesome prizes. The grand prize is 4 tickets to a Phillies game in 2013 with limo service to and from the ballpark. All for knowing your sports! Plus, its the week before the Super Bowl, so we know you aren’t doing anything constructive anyway. Come have some fun!
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