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Free Tickets to a Screening of ‘The Mighty Macs’

posted by Nell Minow

“The Mighty Macs” is the heartwarming and inspiring true story of the basketball team at tiny Immaculata College in the 1970’s and how coach Cathy Rush (played by Carla Gugino) took the team to a national championship.  It is rated G and is a wonderful film for families, especially those with girls who like sports.  My interview with the real Coach Rush is coming soon, so stay tuned.

The movie opens on October 21, but if you live in the Washington DC area you can get tickets to a free screening.  Each pass admits two.

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For your complimentary tickets to an advance screening of THE MIGHTY MACS in Washington, DC on Wednesday, October 19 log onto www.gofobo.com/rsvp and use the following code: BLFPUYR to download your tickets.

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NOTE: A TICKET DOES NOT GUARANTEE A SEAT.  PLEASE BE SURE TO GET TO THE THEATER EARLY.  SEATING IS FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED.

 

 

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