You Could Win VIP Tickets to the Captain America Premiere


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Winning VIP tickets to the Cleveland world premiere of Captain America sounds pretty freakin' good, especially considering that sponsor packages start at a whopping $3000 and tickets for common-folk like us are simply not for sale.

But, for 10 bucks and a few lucky thoughts, a couple of Clevelanders will get the royal VIP treatment, thanks to the Superhero For A Day contest sponsored by University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital.

via the UH contest website:

[O]ne lucky winner of Rainbow’s ‘Superhero for a Day’ online raffle contest will enjoy a truly Super prize package, including two VIP tickets to the Captain America world premiere on April 1, limo transportation, dinner for two, a framed movie poster signed by Captain America, an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience at WKYC-TV studios led by anchor Kris Pickel, and two tickets to the sold-out ‘Ride the Rainbow: Superheroes Unite’ gala in the Grand Ballroom of the new Cleveland Convention Center on April 12.

Four runners-up will win two tickets to the Captain America premiere on April 1.

Not too shabby, if you ask us. Raffle tickets can be purchased through March 30.

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