LEGENDARY LOVE STORY
February 3-February 9
Pick your favorite and VOTE on our Facebook page!
- Brianna McWhorter: "We met at work, it sure was fate. I was dressed like a clown (literally), but then we began to date. He saw past my makeup, and work uniform. He helped me wake up and see his charm. So we have been together, for over a year now. Not a day goes by that I don't say, "wow!"
- Melanie Phillips: "We spotted each other as we were walking to our cars. We locked eyes and he was distracted he got into his car on the passenger side. The next day he showed up on my door step and we have been together ever since. 10 years and two kids later we still adore each other."
- Elyse Marie Lohrbach: "We had been in love for five years when he told me he was gay. Never had either of us felt love that legends are made of until we had to let each other go. We still love each other today, and yes, that love is not the same as it was. But, poems and songs should be written about it anyway for being noble, selfless and true. And the most legendary love of all is the love I was able to find for myself in the end."
- Suzanne Traub Hesselbrock: "Our love story began 20 years ago when I met my future husband while on a date with someone else as a result of a dare involving answering a personal ad! That date didn't work out by my husband, who worked as a security guard at the time, safely walked me to my car, asked me out, and 1.5 years later we were married! Just 4 years into our marriage we suffered an unimaginable loss that would destroy most couples when our almost 3 year old son passed away from a rare genetic illness called Tay-Sachs Disease. We fought on through the turmoil of losing him and went on to have 2 more amazing and healthy children. After 20 years together, almost 19 of them married, we are still going strong and can say, "What doesn't break us can only make us stronger."
The deal: To celebrate the epic love story at the center of the world premiere ballet King Arthur's Camelot, Cincinnati Ballet wants to know YOUR legendary love story. Wow us with wonder, magic, and heartfelt emotion. Beginning Monday, February 3, leave a comment on Cincinnati Ballet's Facebook page telling us your romantic love story, and you and your significant other could win two tickets to our Valentine's Day performance of King Arthur's Camelot! Cincinnati Ballet will select our top three favorite love stories, and post them to our Facebook page on Thursday, February 6. Cincinnati Ballet Facebook fans will then vote for their favorite love story, and the winner will be announced Monday, February 10.
The way it works: Submit your legendary love story, in five sentences or less, to Cincinnati Ballet's Facebook page by 8:00 pm on Wednesday, February 5. The top three love stories (selected by Cincinnati Ballet) will be posted to Facebook on Thursday, February 6. Facebook fans will vote for their favorite legendary love story. Voting ends Sunday, February 9 at 8:00 pm. Votes will be tallied and a winning couple selected and announced on Monday, February 10. The winner will receive two (2) tickets to the Valentine's Day performance of King Arthur's Camelot.
The fine print: Submissions must not be vulgar, profane or harassing in any manner. Cincinnati Ballet reserves the right to remove any submission that is in violation of these terms. Basically, keep it clean, keep it classy and keep it about love. Please see Official Rules and Restrictions below for full details. The winner will receive two (2) tickets to the Valentine's Day, Friday, February 14, 2014 performance of King Arthur's Camelot. The winner must respond by Tuesday, February 11, 2014 to claim tickets.
NAME A KNIGHT
January 13-January 21
(This contest is now closed)
The deal: Cincinnati Ballet has created King Arthur's Camelot, an epic, full-length, world premiere ballet! King Arthur's Camelot is filled with familiar names--Lancelot, King Arthur himself, Guinevere, Merlin--but one of the noble knights remains without a name! That's where YOU come in. Submit your knightly name (one that fits Camelot) on Cincinnati Ballet's Facebook page by midnight on Wednesday, January 15, 2014, and you could win four (4) tickets to opening night of King Arthur's Camelot! Did we mention the winning name is chosen by our Facebook fans? Your vote decides! The winning submission will be listed in our program for King Arthur's Camelot, and the winner and Facebook voters will receive a special shout-out!
The way it works: Submit your knightly name on our Facebook page. Cincinnati Ballet will select four names that are most Camelot-appropriate. The names will be posted on Facebook on Friday, January 17. Facebook fans will then vote on their favorite knightly name. Voting ends at 5:00 pm on Sunday, January 19. The winning name and the winner will be posted on Facebook on Tuesday, January 21, 2014. The winner will receive four (4) tickets to see King Arthur's Camelot on February 13, 2014.
The fine print: Submissions must not be vulgar, profane or harassing in any manner. Cincinnati Ballet reserves the right to remove any name that is in violation of these terms. Basically, keep it clean, keep it classy and keep it Camelot. Please see Official Rules and Restrictions below for full details. The winner will receive four (4) tickets to opening night, Thursday, February 13, 2014 of King Arthur's Camelot. The winner must respond by Friday, January 24, 2014 to claim tickets.
Official Cincinnati Ballet Social Media Contest Rules and Restrictions
- Cincinnati Ballet is the sole creator and executor of contests across its social media platforms.
- Cincinnati Ballet reserves the right to adjust the prize listed when and where deemed necessary.
- Cincinnati Ballet reserves the right to adjust or cancel all contest dates when deemed necessary.
- Prizes are non-transferable, non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
- Cincinnati Ballet reserves the right to withhold a prize if the parameters of the contest are not uniformly met.
- Contest entries must adhere to guidelines laid out within the contest and must not contain the following prohibited content or will be eliminated from the contest: profanity, vulgarity or anything else Cincinnati Ballet deems as offensive content.
- Cincinnati Ballet reserves the sole right to judge an entry's merit.
- Cincinnati Ballet reserves the right to change these rules and restrictions as needed on a per-contest basis.