I love doing giveaways here on my blog. I seriously love hearing from you folks and I appreciate that you take the time to write out some thoughtful responses to my questions. Thanks for all your input.
I'm delighted that I can now add to my growing list of "Best Cuban Restaurants in the LA Area." Thanks, guys!
So, the LA Cuban Festival is coming up in about 10 days, people! I'm hoping to see some of you there. I wish I could give you all free tickets, but The People In Charge Of These Things have limited me to giving away a set of two tickets. (For which I'm totally grateful.)
For those of you that are wondering how this is done, here's how I chose the winner.
1) I took the number of entries and entered that number in the True Random Number Generator over at Random.org.
2) I took a screen shot of the result so you could see how it works.
3) I gave each one of your entries a number and I did a screen shot of the winner.
4) I then write this post and congratulate the winner.
The winner of the Two Free Tickets to the LA Cuban Festival on July 13th is Ed Nuhfer. Congratulations! I'll forward your email to the generous folks at Fiestalegre Promotions who will provide your tickets to this year's fabulous LA Cuban Festival.
For those of you who didn't win, please be sure to buy your tickets soon. I still hope to see you there!
Again, here are the details...
Date: Sunday, July 13, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Place: Rainbow Lagoon Park, Long Beach (Across street from Shoreline Village)
- Issac Delgado
- Charanga Cubana
- MC Paloma Morales
- Super DJ Robby
- DJ Warapo
- y mas ...
- Advance Online* (before July 12, 2014)
- Order directly from the Fiestalegre website.
Also, the photo of me and my daughter, Amy Kikita with Pitbull at the top of the post has nothing to do with the LA Cuban Festival. It's just to get your attention. No, Pitbull is not going to be at the LA Cuban Festival, but I am!
I just think it's a cute photo. And I like to randomly talk about That Time I Met Pitbull. There's an equally cute story about that photo. (This is a few years ago when I was still straightening my hair. Now I'm all-curls-all-the-time, but that's not important right now.)
Why do I even bring up Pitbull? Because if you come to the Festival (which I totally hope you do, because hello! Cuban music and food and dancing!), you must stop by and say hello to me. Then we'll have our picture taken together and you will be just one degree away from Pitbull.
As you can see, my Cuban logic is completely intact.