Ticket Giveaway Contest
Posters for the next event are going up in the coming weeks and they look fantastic! Our friends over at Bear River Studios designed the poster and we are so excited to get them up around town.
When you see a poster in town, take a selfie and post it to Instagram. Let us know why you love Tell Us Something, let us know why storytelling is important to you, or let us know why you want to attend the event. Be sure to tag @tellussomething and use the hashtag #lostintranslation.
Stewardship ticket opportunities
Thanks to Janna Lundquist Consulting, we are able to provide the community with a limited number of free tickets for the September event.
Do you know an organization that serves populations that might not, for whatever reason, otherwise be able to attend a Tell Us Something event?
Email me to let me know and I will reach out to them to see if they are interested in free tickets.
New Podcast Episodes
The “Neighbors” live event that took place at Ogren Park was incredible.
In case you missed it, you can listen wherever you get your podcasts or stream it at tellussomething.org.
Part 2 drops this Thursday.
Call for stories
There is still time to pitch your story for the Lost in Translation live storytelling event.
If you would like to be considered to share your story, call the pitch line to leave your pitch: 406-203-4683.
You have 3 minutes to leave your pitch. Please include the beginning, middle, and end of your story. I’ll let you know when I have received your pitch. The pitch deadline is August 20.
Get your tickets!
Tickets are on sale now for the next in-person live storytelling event. The theme is “Lost in Translation”. 8 storytellers share their true personal story, each in the allotted 10-minute timeframe.
Get your limited edition physical tickets at Rockin Rudys, or click below to get them online now!
Thanks for your time. Have a story-worthy day!
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