Originally written December 17, 2012 on Waiting For Next Year:
Congratulations are in order to co811809 who had the winning comment from Friday and will be enjoying a Lake Erie Monsters hockey game! Yesterday was an ugly game and loss for the Browns. It certainly had me nostalgic for better days at the stadium. Today we’re giving away a bit of that nostalgia. Just a reminder how the giveaway works. Each weekday we will give away a Cleveland themed prize. To enter, you need only to respond in the comment section in the appropriate manner. The winner each day will be randomly selected and notified by email. (Which means you better make sure that the email address you use to comment here is a legit one.) I cannot guarantee delivery by Christmas. We’ll do our best with the things we have in hand. Only one member of a household can enter each day, and only one winner per household during the length of this contest. Just spreading the love around. And now today’s contest- Today’s Prize: This prize is a great one. First, you get an 18×12 inch photo of Cleveland Browns Webster Slaughter and Reggie Langhorne doing the famous leaping high five during a game against the Broncos. Both Slaughter and Langhorne have signed it. In addition, you get the t-shirt from GV Art and Design that the photo inspired. Any Browns fan old enough to remember the Bernie Kosar days would LOVE to have this pair. Today’s Question: There have been many great moments in Cleveland sports (no really, I swear). Today’s question simply asks if you could get in a time machine with tickets to any Cleveland sporting event in history what would it be? Remember that to enter you need to 1) re-state the question and 2) answer the question. Comments must be posted by midnight Cleveland time in order to qualify for the drawing. Check back tomorrow at noon for the results. Remember, only one entry is allowed, but you may still comment to add to the discussion. Good luck!
PLAYERS: Bernie Kosar
TEAMS: Cleveland Browns
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