BlizzCon Charity Dinner and Show Tickets


Blizzard has posted some awesome news, for anyone who wasn’t lucky enough to score a BlizzCon ticket during the initial sales period. You’ve got another chance to buy up to two tickets, and you get to attend a charity fund raising dinner with lots of Blizzard peeps as well.  The details have been added to the official Blizzcon site. Here’s the quote:

BlizzCon? 2010 Dinner to Benefit Children’s Foundation

Before the BlizzCon festivities begin, we?re inviting you to join us for an evening of good food and good conversation—all for a good cause. On Thursday, October 21, Blizzard will be hosting a special dinner to benefit the CHOC Children’s Foundation, where guests will have an opportunity to meet and chat with game developers, artists, executives and other folks from Blizzard Entertainment.

From July 13 through July 15, we’ll be holding an online drawing to determine who can win an opportunity to purchase tickets to this event. A total of 200 tickets will be available for $500 USD each (limit two per person), and the proceeds will benefit the CHOC Children’s Foundation. In appreciation of your donation, you’ll receive:

  • Dinner and an opportunity to converse with executives, artists, developers, community managers, and others from Blizzard Entertainment
  • A signed print featuring Blizzard Entertainment artwork
  • One BlizzCon 2010 ticket (a $150 USD value)

The BlizzCon 2010 benefit dinner will take place Thursday, October 21 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Hilton Anaheim hotel. To opt in to the ticket drawing and view the official rules for this opportunity, visit the official BlizzCon website between July 13 and July 15.

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