Win tickets to The Mowglis

tumblr_msx9jd69DX1rjfn86o1_500Want to see The Mowglis headline with Kopecky Family Band? Show your kindness by doing something kind for someone! Let us know what you did in a comment below and for the chance to win tickets with 3 of your friends will be chosen to have a VIP experience (parking, separate viewing area, mercy items, and concessions) at the show! Contest ends Tuesday, November 6th… go make someone’s day!

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18 Responses to “Win tickets to The Mowglis”

  1. Jennifer says:

    My friend lost her home in a horrible storm, with it was a lot of keepsakes from her childhood she had planned to passed down now that she was family planning. Specifically, her favorite children’s book.

    I knew it meant a lot to her and that it was no longer in publication, but I couldnt remember the name of the book. In the name of a good surprise, I refused to ask. I searched used book store after used book store, desperate to find the cover art I distinctly recognized. Just as I was about to give up… BOOM… there it was.

    I instantly bought it, along with a few other classics she lost, and surprised her with it. She reads them to her pregnant belly every night. :D

  2. Blake says:

    I make a homeless man a PB&J and bring him a PBR every week (for almost a year). He “lives” outside my condo. He still can’t remember my name.

  3. Holden Johnson says:

    This is more about something my parents did for me than something I did. They’ve been divorced for 10+ years, and at times, haven’t been on speaking terms. Last week for my 18th birthday, they planned an awesome Cracker Barrel birthday lunch, and for the first time since I can remember, we celebrated my birthday all at the same time in the same place. I almost cried because of how much it meant to me. They mean the world to me.

  4. Holden Johnson says:

    This is more about something my parents did for me than something I did. They’ve been divorced for 10+ years, and at times, haven’t been on speaking terms. Last week for my 18th birthday, they planned an awesome Cracker Barrel birthday lunch, and for the first time since I can remember, we celebrated my birthday all at the same time. I almost cried because of how much it meant to me. They mean the world to me.

  5. Georgie T says:

    In 2008, my father, sister, and I founded the charity called Kids4Kenya that funds directly to build primary schools in the Kasigau region of southeastern Kenya. In the spring of 2012, I went to Kenya to see the work that Kids4Kenya does in the villages and left more inspired than I ever imagined. Upon returning, I became the President of the “Kids Committee” and have since been organizing fundraisers like car washes, leaf rake days, and an annual spring and winter party. The basis of Kids4Kenya is to build schools so the children in Kenya have the opportunity of learning, while educating kids here in the US of the needs of the world around them. The charity has raised over $50,000 since 2008 and is continuing on strong. This experience has been truly
    enlightening and I hope that it has made a difference for some people in the world around us.

  6. This contest rules. This is why we do what we do. Thank you, and if you don’t win you still made a huge difference in our day.

    – The Mowgli’s

  7. Keaton says:

    I have been mentoring a young girl who is from a rough part of town every Tuesday for about two months now. I help her with her homework, lead activities to improve positive character traits, and teach her about things going on in our society. Last week we learned about the government shutdown!

  8. A month ago, my uncle got really sick while visiting my cousins in South Carolina. My mom made it an urgent objective to drive 7 hours to South Carolina and back. It was a great relief to see my uncle, while still living through the tubes, in good condition than he was before. When it was time to leave, my mother begged me to drive the 7 hours back. I was very reluctant for I have never driven that far in my life, but I finally accepted after the fact that she’s been worrying about my uncle when she was driving. It turned out to be actually quite easy and it made me feel better about myself driving on the road for having such an 7-hour experience, so in the end it was a win-win situation.

  9. Faith Roberts says:

    I often pondered if such a day would come, and when it did, only the respect I have for fear caused me to act in a responsible manner. My friend had been having multiple family problems for years, and I knew she was struggling with depression as well as anxiety. When I hit snooze on my alarm and turned on my phone that Thursday morning, I had no idea of what would occur next. The missed calls and messages sent me into a frenzy. “Faith, can I please call you?” “I need to talk to someone.” “I think I am about to do something to myself, help me.” My first thought was… My friend is dead because I am afraid of the radiation my phone will give off to my brain at night. Thankfully, I called her as fast as my trembling fingers could dial, and she answered. That morning, we ventured to the local phsycologist where I explained when she couldn’t just how screwed up her family actually is and the toll it was taking on not only her stress levels but also her relationships with other people. She has not harmed herself since then, and I pray it stays that way.

  10. Lisa says:

    I am helping my mom move my 70-year-old uncle into a house she bought down the street from her. He is a hoarder who has accumulated 46 years of stuff. He doesn’t want to let ANY of it go. Constant battle of wills.

  11. Ben Rankin says:

    My girlfriend and I cooked dinner for our neighbors. We used the food that we picked from our garden and it was a fun night filled with great company!

  12. Jason Taylor says:

    I woke up at 3:30am to drive my friend to the airport…and when I got to my friend’s house I realized his windshield was smashed in. While he was gone, I got it fixed for him.

  13. Ben Rankin says:

    My girlfriend and I cooked dinner for our neighbors using the food that we picked from our garden and we all got to share a great meal together and enjoy each others company.

  14. Jonathan says:

    I helped a homeless person get housed today.

  15. Angela says:

    I work at a local deli making sandwiches and salads, nothing too fancy. The best perk is that I get a fifty percent descount. I noticed a family from my church walk in so I asked my manager to give them my discount because I would not buy anything. They could not recognize me, but later thanked me because they had a baby on the way and were watching their budget. Its great to hear and share acts of kindness in the hopes that more will spread.

  16. Candice Padilla says:

    I work for a non-profit agency that helps individuals birth throughout the life span with special needs. I work specifically with children birth to five, but I also have the opportunity to be around the adults while in the office. I love my job for the reason that it gives me a chance to do something kind everyday for people. The ability to provide support to others in my work life makes it essential to me to do the same in my personal life. One of my favorite quotes is, “Never look down on someone unless you’re helping them up.” :)

  17. I work for a non-profit agency who helps individuals birth throughout the life span with special needs. I work specifically with children birth to five, but I also have the opportunity to be around the adults while in the office. I love my job for the reason that it gives me a chance to do something kind everyday for people. The ability to provide support to others in my work life makes it essential to me to do the same in my personal life. One of my favorite quotes is, “Never look down on someone unless you’re helping them up.” Have a great day! :)

  18. Carol says:

    I just drove 14 hours to Canada to surprise my dad on his 70th birthday and then turned around two days later to drive back with my mom. I know she’d love the Mowglis a and would love to take her.