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Win Two Tickets to New York Comic Con and Other NYCC Events

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Louis S.

Madison, NJ


October 5, 2017

What you'll do

Sure, there are other entertainment and comic events, but there’s only one that takes place in Gotham City—New York Comic Con. You and a friend are headed to the east coast’s largest pop culture convention, and it’s all going down in the comic book, publishing, media and licensing capital of the world. You’ll score tickets to the convention (all four days!), you’ll watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens scored live by the New York Philharmonic (amazing), you’ll cut the lines at Mark Hamill’s and Felicity Jones’ autograph signings (no Jedi mind tricks required), and you’ll even attend an exclusive panel featuring the one and only Mark Hamill himself! This’ll be a jam-packed week in New York, so get out your walking shoes, charge your camera and take Gotham City by storm. Flights and hotel included.

Who you'll help

GameChanger Charity's mission is to leverage technology and innovation to ease the pain and suffering of children facing life-threatening illnesses. GameChanger focuses on improving quality of life by delivering meaningful services directly to patients and staff in hospitals, awarding financial aid and college scholarships, gifting thoughtful packages of video games and toys and hosting unique gaming events for patients, like Gamers Give Back Days. Powered by the generosity of the gaming community and corporations around the world, GameChanger processes over 100 tons of donated goods annually, hosts online gaming events with celebrities, launches custom digital eCommerce campaigns and has brightened the lives of over 20,000 patients, family members and caregivers with over 96% going to the cause. Founded in 2007, GameChanger was started by Jim Carol after witnessing the impact video games had on his son Taylor during a 5-year battle with leukemia.