Show Your #HawksPride For A Chance To Win Game 3 Tickets

Friday, April 18, 2014
By Jaryd Wilson

Brooklyn Nets v Atlanta Hawks

The Atlanta Hawks are back in the playoffs, and we want you to be part of the experience when we come back to Philips Arena Thursday evening.

We are giving away two tickets to Game 3 during tomorrow night’s pregame show.  Here’s what you need to do:

Submit a photo of yourself showing your “Hawks Pride” on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #HawksPride.  This can be ANYTHING Hawks-related that you think fits the description of Hawks Pride.  All entries submitted by 6 p.m. Saturday (4/19) will be eligible to win.  We will then select four finalists, which we will announce on the pregame show beginning at 6 p.m., and we will instruct the finalists as to what they have to do to win the tickets.  So, to recap:

1)  Submit a photo of yourself showing your Hawks Pride on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #HawksPride
2)  Watch the pregame show beginning at 6 p.m. to see if you’re a finalists, and to get details on how to win the tickets

That’s it!  So easy, even a caveman can do it.

Of course, there are rules and such, which you must read before entering.  By submitting an entry, you acknowledge that you’ve read and agree to all rules listed here.

We look forward to seeing your photos and having you tune into the pregame show at 6 p.m. before Game 1 against the Pacers.

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3 Responses to “Show Your #HawksPride For A Chance To Win Game 3 Tickets”

  1. Drew Wright

    I was late on my #HawksPride tag but check out my photo I submitted during the game. Instagram Dwrigh732. Pic of my hawks tattoo while watching the pacers get run out the gym last night

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