The Sunday Giveaway: Two tickets to One in a Million Off Broadway!

There’s a little known musical that has been growing up over the past couple of years, that I’ve had the privilege of observing very closely, because the Producer and Author is a consultation client of mine.

The show, entitled One in a Million began its life several years ago in a galaxy far, far away . . . Brooklyn.

Ok, that was a joke (or an attempt at one), but it’s true, isn’t it?  Doesn’t it feel like any theatrical production that isn’t on the island of Manhattan is in Sri Lanka, or on the moon?  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve witnessed this exchange between two peeps.

Producer:  “I’m doing a show!  Come see it!”

Potential Audience Member:  “Oh yeah, where is it?”

Producer:  “Brooklyn!”

Potential Audience Member’s face changes like they were just told they have to scrub the floor of the public bathrooms in Washington Square Park . . . with their tongues.

Whether it’s justified or not, that’s what people think, so I encourage my client to get One In A Million to New York City, and that’s what he did.  Since he listened to me, I had to listen to him when he asked me for a Sunday Giveaway, and I was delighted to do so.

So today I’m giving away two tickets to this brand new musical, which should be an inspiration to all of you with shows of your own looking to grow up.  What’s One In A Million about?

Have you ever played Lotto with a group of people?  Like in your office?  I know I have.  “The DTE Value Guys” was the name of the Lotto Group in my office.

Now, have you ever thought about what might happen if your office pool won?

That’s what One In A Million is all about.

And one in several thousand of you is going to win!

Here’s how:

What would you do if you won the lottery tomorrow?  What would be your first purchase?  Or the first thing you’d do with your money?  Comment with that below and you’ll be entered to win tickets to One In A Million!


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