Giveaway: Retweet Lakers Nation For Chance To See ‘Kobe Up Close’

KBUpCloseOn August 15, Kobe Bryant will sit down with Jimmy Kimmel at the Nokia Theatre to raise money towards ending homelessness in Los Angeles.

The event, Kobe Up Close, will see a back-and-forth between Bryant and Kimmel in which Bryant will share some stories about his career and discuss his charity, the Kobe & Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation (KVBFF).

KVBFF will partner with Cedars-Sinai Sports Spectacular to help marginalized and inner-city communities.

The Kobe & Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation is working toward eliminating homelessness and is partnering with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s Sports Spectacular to help under-served communities around Los Angeles. Through varied and widespread community outreach programs which travel to under-privileged communities and homeless shelters and offer free services to make sure kids are up-to-date on shots, vaccinations and general healthcare, we are making a difference.

Ticket sales for the event range from $25 to $200, and you can purchase your tickets here.

  • To be kept up to date with Sports Spectacular, follow them on Twitter, @SportSpec.

Lakers Nation has partnered with Sports Spectacular to give away another pair of tickets to the event.

HOW TO WIN – Option 1

  1. Head over to our Facebook page
  2. Leave a comment on our post featuring the Kobe Up Close image above and let us know how you would help Kobe combat homelessness in Los Angeles. It’s that simple!

We’ll be picking a winner from the Facebook comments at random and will be sending a message to your Facebook account.

HOW TO WIN – Option 2

Sports Spectacular has given us a SECOND pair of tickets to give away. So how do you win?

  1. Head over to our Lakers Nation YouTube Channel
  2. Find our video about the event, or just click here
  3. Leave a VIDEO RESPONSE in the comment section on our channel, responding to this question:

“In what way has Kobe inspired you to be great?”

That’s it! How could you miss out on such a simple opportunity to be a part of this great event? We’ll be picking a winner from the video responses at random and will be sending a message via your YouTube username. Don’t forget to subscribe to our Lakers Nation YouTube Channel!

UPDATE*

HOW TO WIN – Option 3

Sports Spectacular has given us a THIRD pair of tickets to give away. So how do you win?

  1. Head over to our Lakers Nation Twitter Account.
  2. Find our tweet about Kobe Up Close.
  3. Retweet it and use the hashtag #KobeUpClose.

That’s all you have to do! Don’t forget that you can still enter our Facebook and YouTube contests to give yourself three opportunities to win.

August 12 is the last day to enter the contest and we’ll be announcing the winner on Tuesday, August 13.

To be eligible to win tickets to Kobe Up Close, you have to be at least 18-years-old and have the ability to get to Los Angeles. Transportation to and from the event will not be provided by either Lakers Nation or Sports Spectacular. The winner will be selected at random and contacted via Facebook, YouTube, or direct message. You’ll have 12 hours to respond to our message, before we pick a new winner.

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VIDEO: Lakers Nation Kobe Up Close Giveaway: Record A Video For A Chance To Win Tickets!
*Note: You must head over to our YouTube Channel in order to record a video response, you can do so by clicking here!

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