The Sunday Giveaway: Two Tickets to The Ride!
One of the coolest things about The Ride is that the show itself is a moving billboard.
Haven’t heard of The Ride? Let me explain.
The Ride is a giant, custom built bus . . . the seats are sideways, and the side of the bus is a giant window. The riders watch NYC fly by them as the bus tours the city. And as it drives up and down the avenues, a show plays out in front of them . . . with characters at specific locations all over the city. Yep, the riders are on the bus, the characters are on the street. Pretty cool, right?
And let me tell you, that if you run into The Ride while you’re walking down the street, you can’t help but notice. And that’s an instant strong impression.
The tag line for The Ride reads: Part Tour. Part Show. Total Entertainment.
I think it should be rewritten to: Part Tour. Part Show. Part Marketing. Totally awesome trifecta.
Still don’t understand what The Ride is? Well, first check out the website. Next, enter this week’s giveaway so you can check it out first hand, for free!
How can you win two tickets to The Ride?
The Ride targets NYC tourists who want to see the city, but want a little something different than a City Sights tour. But if you were designing the itinerary for The Ride, what unique stop in the city would you send the bus to? In other words, what’s your favorite secret spot in NYC that you think every tourist should see before they go? Extra credit for adding a show tune that an actor could sing in front of that location? For example, “The Chess Corner of Washington Square Park . . . Endgame from, duh, Chess.”
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