Sunday, July 16, 2017

COMET TV Con Survival Pack Giveaway and The Godzilla Get Down!



GODZILLA GET DOWN has arrived! In one of our BIGGEST programming events ever, COMET will be airing two classic Godzilla movies back-to-back every single Saturday in July.  

Rodan (1956)  
Saturday, July 8 at 10P/9C  

Godzilla: King of Monsters (1956)  
Saturday, July 8 at MIDNIGHT/11C  

Mothra VS. Godzilla (1964)  
Saturday, July 15 at 10P/9C  

Ghidorrah: Three Headed Monster (1964)  
Saturday, July 15 at MIDNIGHT/11C  

Godzilla VS. Monster Zero (1964)  
Saturday, July 22 at 10P/9C  

Godzillas Revenge (All Monsters Attack) (1969)  
Saturday, July 22 at MIDNIGHT/11C  

Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975)  
Saturday, July 29 at 10P/9C  

Gojira (1954)  
Saturday, July 29 at MIDNIGHT/11C

To celebrate the madness and fun of convention season, we've put together an awesome Con Survival Kit! It's the perfect thing to get you prepared to tackle any convention! Whether you're heading down to the madness of San Diego, checking out the Disney adventures in Anaheim, or just getting ready for the multitudes of conventions this summer our Con Survival Kit will get you prepared for anything.


The Con Survival Kit includes:  

1 Limited Edition Comet Cosplay Shirt - It doesn't matter if you dress up as an out of this world creature or just head down to your favorite convention in street attire, our limited edition Comet Cosplay shirt will help you make a statement.  

1 Comet 2GB USB Lanyard - You need something to hold your badge in place, heck it might have taken blood sweat and tears to get it! This isn't just an ordinary lanyard though, it's also a 2GB USB drive, perfect for holding music, photos and anything else you can fit on there!  

1 Collapsable Flexi Water Bottle - You know you're going to be practically parched running from panel to panel but fear not! We have the perfect flexi bottle to keep you safe and hydrated. Ah! It makes you feel better already doesn't it?  

2 Granola Bars - Look, we all need a little bit of a pick me up right? We have a couple bars to keep your inner Godzilla at bay and a smile on your face!

There are three ways to enter:

- Follow us on Instagram (@popgeekery), Twitter (@monkeyjedi), or here on the blog and let us know when you do!

-Share some of your favorite convention tips with us via Twitter, Instagram, on the blog, or you can e-mail us at geekhashblog@gmail.com!

-Let us know what your favorite Godzilla film is!

Contest starts on Sunday, July 16th and ends at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, July 30th.

*Each household is only eligible to win one prize pack via blog reviews and giveaways. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

*COMET is sponsoring this giveaway and will be shipping the prize to the winner. No P.O. boxes. Giveaway open to U.S. residents only.

1 comment:

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