Win a chance for a pair of lower-bowl tickets to a Suns game this year!
The Phoenix Suns season is about to start, which means it's time to start our giveaways, raffles and contests. Bright Side plans to organize several contests throughout the season. Some of them are free to you, some require a bit of investment.
The first contest is simple.
Post a picture of yourself in one of these BSotS shirts, get a chance to win a pair of primo lower-bowl tickets to a game this year!
That's it. That's all you have to do.
For a small investment of $19-23 dollars, you get the good feels of giving back to Bright Side.
I get a small commission off each shirt. But I'm not in this to make money, as you know. Bloggers don't get rich blogging, and this is no different. I am going to reinvest most of my commissions in tickets for you guys.
You also get the good feels of promoting Bright Side to your Suns fan friends and family. We work hard on this blog and the more our name gets out there, the better we feel about it.
And best of all, you get the chance to win something far, far more valuable than that measly $23 you won't miss in the least once it's spent. You just might win some lower-bowl tickets to a game this season!
Bright Side staff can participate as well as anyone else. All you have to do is rep the Bright Side. Buy a shirt, take a picture in it, post it somewhere online that I can see it, and you'll have a great chance to win free tickets to a game this season!
And these won't just be nosebleed tickets. We're talking a pair of tickets in the lower bowl.
Buy a shirt anyway. If you win, we will work together to get you an equivalent value prize worth something north of $100.
This is Kat's personal design, made just for Bright Side fans but good for anyone passing by. The shirt is pure genius, using the Bright Side Phoenix logo to share a lot of the fun sayings we've used over the years.
(note: we fixed the spelling on guards, for those wondering)
You don't have to be an insider to love this shirt. It's a great conversation starter. But best of all, it's just about the comfiest T-shirt you've ever owned. The material so soft, and the lettering never fades.
Click here to order the Bright Side Phoenix shirt exclusively at BreakingT!
For those who prefer a slightly different color scheme and don't want to have to explain all the sayings to everyone on the street, here's another option for you.
It still incorporates the Bright Side Phoenix as the basketball, being shot by a muscle-bound dude you might find on Venice beach. We're talking about the guns hanging off yer shoulders, not the ones hanging off yer hips, folks.
If you're so inclined you might just tear/cut the sleeves off to make it a tank. Whatever you do with it, the material is primo soft and comfortable. You'll find yourself wearing this shirt more often than you might think.
For those who don't like to be that creative, there's the old tried and true design as well.
It's the Bright Side logo on a basic white T. Order this traditional T-shirt right here!
I'm going to give out the tickets for a game in November, so you need to buy a shirt now, get it, take a picture of yourself in it, and post it on Bright Side in the comments section somewhere. Or email it to me. I'll keep everyone updated on who I've got on the list, so you can make sure I know who you are.
Here's the best part: buy more than 1 design, get more than 1 chance at the tickets! Buy a shirt for more than just yourself (like, a friend, a neighbor, an offspring, a spouse) and get more than 1 chance at the tickets!
Depending on how many shirts are sold, I may come up with more than one set of tickets, but that's only if there's a lot of sales. For me to make enough commissions to buy a pair of lower-bowl tickets, we'd have to sell a few dozen of these suckers. The more you buy, the more chances you have to win!
If you haven't already clicked through to buy one, do it now!
The former Suns player in the late 1960's and early 70's passed away on Sunday.
Neal Walk, who played with the Phoenix Suns from 1969-1974, and played ten seasons in the NBA in total, passed way at the age of 67 on Sunday.
Walk played center for Phoenix in his years with the team, and many have taken to social media to remember his life and career.
RIP to Neal Walk-the man could ball pic.twitter.com/agHRtTvpiG— Jack-Jack (@DatDudeCUTCH) October 5, 2015
Plenty of Florida Gators fans also posted to celebrate his career, as Walk attended UF before being drafted to Phoenix in 1969.
Sorry to hear of the passing of Neal Walk, a Gator Basketball legend.— ClayCountyGatorClub (@ClayCntyGators) October 5, 2015
Dang, RIP Neal Walk. The first truly great UF basketball player. Gone way too soon— Jonathan Arnholz (@JArnholz) October 5, 2015
Rest in peace, Neal Walk. The greatest forgotten Gator.— Alligator Army (@AlligatorArmy) October 5, 2015
For more on Walk's career and his passing, click here.