Hey Check Please fans! Want to win some awesome stuff? Enter our Check Please Prize Pack giveaway!
When I was at Flame Con, I was fortunate enough to get to interview Check Please creator Ngozi Ukazu. (The interview is coming soon, I promise!) I also stopped by Ngozi’s booth and picked up some awesome merchandise, most of which I am offering up to you guys! The Check Please Prize Pack includes some convention exclusives (OMGCP merchandise that you can only get from Ngozi’s convention appearances), some of the perks from the Kickstarter campaign, and SIGNED items!
The Check Please Prize Pack contains all of the following:
- Huddles volume 1 and 2 SIGNED by Ngozi
- Poster & print set (set of 7 4×6″ prints and 1 11×17″ poster)
- Sticker set (1 sheet)
- Jack & Bitty acrylic keychains
(The opened things are mine – the prizes for the contest are still sealed.)
- The contest will run for two weeks, from August 30th to September 13th.
- A winner will be chosen and contacted within 24 hours of the contest ending.
- The winner will have 72 hours (three days) to respond or they forfeit the prize, and we pick another winner.
Good luck! And keep an eye out for our interview with Ngozi, which will hopefully be posted sometime this week!
EDIT 9/15/17: We have a winner! As was announced on our Twitter on 9/13, a winner was contacted and responded. Thanks to everyone who entered! Keep an eye on The Geekiary… Ngozi will be at NYCC next month and it was hinted that there will be new merchandise at the booth there, so there may be another giveaway in the future!
Author: Jamie Sugah
Jamie has a BA in English with a focus in creative writing from The Ohio State University. She self-published her first novel, The Perils of Long Hair on a Windy Day, which is available through Amazon. She is currently an archivist and lives in New York City with her demon ninja vampire cat. She covers television, books, movies, anime, and conventions in the NYC area.
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