Swarthmore Public Library rewards young readers with weekly spins on the Prize Wheel.
As part of the library’s reading club, kids log their total minutes reading. Then once each week the young readers can take a spin on the Wheel for a special prize.
The library, located about 15 miles from Philadelphia, will also host several performers and storytellers in the amphitheater located just outside of the library. These free events are for all ages and will be help each Wednesday.
The Valley Blue Sox will host a free pre-game clinic for players age 8-12 at Mackenzie Stadium in Holyoke, Massachusetts on Sunday, June 25. Players attending the clinic can take a spin on the Fruits & Veggies (FNV) Prize Wheel.
Clinic attendees will learn the basics of fielding, throwing, and hitting from Blue Sox coaches and players prior to Sunday night’s 5:05 p.m. game against the Mystic Schooners.
The Transforming Communities Initiative will pitch spins on the (FNV) Prize Wheel, while offering healthy snacks to the players. Mercy Medical Center and Live Well Springfield have partnered for the Transforming Communities Initiative to improve health by making healthier choices more accessible for all Springfield residents.
“This collaboration provides an opportunity to promote healthy eating and active living while we work to increase access to healthy options for all Springfield residents,” said Doreen Fadus, vice president of Mission Integration and Community Health and Well Being, Mercy Medical Center.
If you live near Farmington, New Jersey, head over to Moe’s Southwest Grill for free burritos and prizes on the Prize Wheel.
Moe’s newest location, just off the Flemington Circle (between routes 12 and 202), will reward the first 50 people in the door with coupons for a free burrito a week for a year. Doors open today at 11 a.m.
If you’re not lucky enough to be one of the first 50, you can still score a spin on the Prize Wheel. The restaurant will be rewarding spinners with prizes throughout the weekend.
“We’re eager to open our doors and look forward to building long-lasting relationships with our guests and the community,” said Bud Patel, owner of the restaurant and five other Moe’s locations.
This isn’t the first Moe’s to offer free burritos. At last August’s grand opening in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, families from around the area camped out all night for a chance to win free food.
Would you camp out for a year of free burritos?
In just two weeks the skies all across the country will be sparkling with fireworks, and California’s Great America is no exception.
The Santa Clara amusement park will celebrate the July 4th holiday weekend with fireworks, patriotic music, a giant interactive inflatable, a photo booth and a prize wheel.
“Great America is historically one of the Bay Area’s best locations for July 4th fireworks, and we’re excited to deliver them each night for the extended weekend,” said California’s Great America Vice President and General Manager Raul Rehnborg. “We’re proud to again provide free admission for all U.S. military members who have served our county and hope they can enjoy a visit to the park during the July 4th weekend.”
The 100-acre amusement park will offer current and past military men and women free park admission from July 1-4. They can also bring up to 6 guests for just $22.99 each.
LiquidAgents Healthcare rewards star employees with spins on a prize wheel.
Walk into the office of the health care staffing company and you will find bright green, magenta, and blue, accompanied by the sounds of the Eagles, Blink-182, and Taylor Swift. The loft-like office space includes a game room with ping pong table and shuffleboard. A kitchen houses an espresso machine, a beer fridge, and is filled with fruit snacks.
Employees of the Month from the Plano, Texas company are rewarded with prize wheel spins and accolades like gift cards, car washes and event tickets. By offering perks like this and creating an employee-centered organizations, LiquidAgents Healthcare has landed on Inc.’s 2017 Best Workplaces.
Art demonstrations, blues music, cold brews, delicious food, hot air balloon rides and prize wheel spins… you could find them all at Mary Park in New Richmond, Wisconsin for the Park Art Fair and Blues & Brews Fest.
HealthPartners gave young fairgoers the chance to spin the Prize Wheel during the 50th annual Park Art Fair, held on June 3 in Mary Park. The fair included over 140 artist and crafter booths.
The fair was preceded by the Blues & Brews Fest on June 2, featuring live music from 7:00 to 10:00 P.M.
The 40″ Prize Wheel from PrizeWheel.com is big, but it is tiny compared to WestJet’s giant, circular light show that was on display last month.
To celebrate 21 years in business, and 12 of shuttling Canadians to Las Vegas, WestJet gave passengers on one flight a special game of chance… a giant spiraling light show lottery visible from 12,000 feet in the air.
The prize for one lucky flier was a two night-stay at the Venetian hotel in Sin City, a $2,500 shopping spree at the hotel shops, show tickets, and two round-trip tickets.
As the Boeing 737-800 passed overhead from Toronto to Vegas, a flight attendant invited passengers to look out the left-side windows. After a brief moment of suspense, the spectacle sprang to life, giving fliers a surprise prize wheel sweepstakes. The light show spanned across more than a kilometer of land, took months of planning, and more than a week of work in the Mojave Desert.
As a reward for the display of over 4.5 million lumen on the wheel, WestJest didn’t walk away empty handed. The airline earned two Guinness World Records for the feat… largest light output from a projected image and largest circular projection.
You can view the promotional video here…
and a behind-the-scenes video here…