The 7 Line Dating Game

by 2 January 11, 2014 0 Comments

DatingGame Do you want to date one of our calendar girls? Here's your chance!

Next Saturday at the Queens Baseball Convention we'll be hosting the first ever "Calendar Girls Dating Game"! We'll get the show started at 5:30pm.

What's QBC? Where ya been?!?! Click here for the full rundown. Basically a Comic Con meets baseball for Mets fans. Tickets are $35 for adults and $10 for kids. A full fun day for the whole family.

There will be two rounds and a total of 4 guys chosen to play.

Round one: Three lucky guys and one calendar girl asking the questions. She will blindly choose a winner.

Round two: Three calendar girls and one lucky guy asking the questions. He will blindly choose a winner.

HOW TO ENTER? It's simple. Just grab a ticket to the QBC and enter your name in the running. Just before showtime we'll select 4 guys out of a hat to participate.

MUST BE 21+ TO PLAY. Winners will be treated to a dinner date for two at O'neill's in Maspeth. Gratuity not included.




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