Monday, January 25, 2010

2010 Chicago Snuggie Pub Crawl supports orphans in Tanzania

Dear Snuggie Pub Crawlers,

With the 2010 Snuggie Pub Crawl just a few months away, we're really excited to announce early bird ticket sales to our email list!!

This event was a tremendous success last year, raising nearly $20,000 for the AC Orphanage in Tanzania. Thanks to you we have supplied, food, water, medicine and other self sustaining projects to the AC Orphanage with the funds raised from the event. We are currently involved in a project to build a much needed drinking well to be shared by two orphanages in Tanzania. We look forward to seeing you on April 10th!

Tickets are NOW ON SALE!

Tickets are now available for $18 before February 15th, $22 after February 15th and $25 at the door (if we have any left). We will only be selling 2500 tickets to this event.

We've worked hard with the participating bars, liquor and beer providers and we're proud to say that we've secured the following:

$2 Bud Light, Budweiser, Bud Select
$3 Well Drink Specials
$5 Bacardi Bombs
$2 Shots For Tots - Bacardi Torched Cherry Shots!
Raffles/Prizes- VIP Lollapalooza, Lollapalooza, Blackhawks, Cubs Tickets and more!
Live Music
Opening/Closing Ceremonies at Lions Head Pub / Apartment - starts at 7:30pm
BYOS - Bring Your Own Snuggie

This is a Bring Your Own Snuggie event. You must wear a Snuggie or blanket with sleeves to this event. We encourage decorating, modifying and imagination! There will be prizes for most original Snuggie!

Event Details

April 10th from 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Registration starts at 10:30 at Lions Head Pub at 2251 N. Lincoln - Arrive Early!
Tickets are required for admission
Ages 21 and up, photo I.D. required for admission
Peep Photos from last years event -
Visit for additional details about the Snuggie Pub Crawl in Chicago. See you all on April 10th!

The Fate Monkey Team

This event is being put on by Fate Monkey Inc, is owned and operated by Fate Monkey Inc.
Fate Monkey, Inc.
2040 N. Racine Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614

1 comment:

AJax said...

I think its great that there are these types of efforts being lended to help raise money to fight global poverty. At the same time, I'd like to point out how raising money has never done anything to really resolve this issue. Id like to suggest that volunteers consider the merit of entrepreneurial based solutions to global poverty. These solutions have been bred by non profit organizations. They use private sector funding to help give economically struggling countries the knowledge, tools, and cultural leaders that they need to sustain themselves financially for the long term.