Win Tickets to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – Cleveland, Ohio

(Note: After you read this post, don’t forget to submit your prediction for tonight’s Cleveland victory in the comments section below.  You could win…)

Tonight, the Cleveland Browns take on the New York Giants at Cleveland Browns Stadium, nestled comfortably in the heart of the Midwest. Thus far into the 2008 season the Browns have not done as well protecting their home turf as they did last year when they went 7-1 at home. Already, two writers here at Midwest Sports Fans have predicted a win tonight for the Browns in their Monday Night Football matchup against the currently undefeated Giants.

And while the Browns are clawing their way to a tough, hard-fought, highly significant victory this evening, Cleveland residents, and anyone planning on visiting the city, have the opportunity to enter a contest for a chance to chance to win a significant victory of their own.

rock and roll hall of fame in is sponsoring a contest that honors Cleveland’s history as the Rock and Roll Capital of the World. All you have to do is follow this link to the Cleveland Rock and Roll In the Know Sweepstakes and fill in your name, email address, and phone number to enter.

The winner of the contest will receive four tickets to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with a private guided tour with the museum’s curator. According to official contest rules, entries must be received by this Friday, October 17th, at 11:59am.

There are plenty of compelling reasons to enter:

  1. Did you know that the first ever rock and roll concert was held in Cleveland in 1952? I did not. Hence, the presence of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
  2. Should you be chosen as the winner, you can make an entire week out of your trip to Cleveland. You can take your tour of the greatest music museum in the world, shoot on down to Canton and visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame as well, see the Goodyear blimp in Akron (also the hometown of LeBron James), and enjoy some outstanding parks and golf courses during your downtime.brady quinn brett michaels
  3. Brady Quinn is still wearing a hat and holding a clipboard, so if you profess your support for John McCain and Sarah Palin, as Brady Quinn did recently, he might be compelled to accompany you on your tour. (Disclaimer: This claim is by no means guaranteed and is, in fact, utterly preposterous. Do not plan a trip to Cleveland hoping Brady Quinn will be your tour guide. Who knows — if the first half goes badly for Derek Anderson tonight, Quinn could actually be playing.) As of right now, Brady has nothing better to do, and he is obviously a rock and roll fan as evidenced by the picture of he and Brett Michaels from Poison to the right.
  4. Our very own Ryan Russell, a Cleveland native who predicted a victory for the Browns tonight and is also a professional musician for The Franchize (who recently played a show at the Playboy Mansion), has been to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame “50 times” according to him, and thinks it’s a necessary trip for any music fan.
  5. Karma. The more fans of the city of Cleveland who enter the sweepstakes, the better the Cleveland Browns chances of beating the New York Giants tonight and winning the AFC North. Don’t believe me? Well, answer me this: can it hurt? No. But it could, possibly, in some cosmic way help. To me, that says zero downside, but huge potential for upside. Right now, if you’re a Browns fan, you should be doing everything to increase this team’s karma and good fortune!

Prove your fan loyalty and sign up for the Rock and Rock In the Know Contest right now. Then come back here and leave a comment with your prediction for the score of the game. Whoever comes the closest to the actual game score (assuming a Browns victory — remember folks, we win and lose as a team) will receive two free passes to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, independent of the sweepstakes. We’ll roll the free passes over to next week if the Browns somehow come up short tonight. (Hint: There is NO incentive to pick the Giants to win. We’re all about boosting the Browns karma here at Midwest Sports Fans, objectivity be damned. Let’s see how long of a comment thread we can get of overwhelming Browns positivity!)

Aren’t you glad you kept reading?

So go sign up for the contest, leave your comment and score prediction here, and then cheer your heart out for the Browns tonight. The Season of Great Expectations is at a crossroads this evening, but a victory puts the Browns back on a positive track. We’ve already given you our predictions for the score of the Browns’ victory. What is yours?

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  1. Did I day 50 times? In all honesty, its probably more like 27 times. I have never had a guided tour by the curator, so this prize is pretty much priceless (insert Mastercard ad here). Regardless, if you are IN ANY WAY a music fan, the RnRHoF is a must-see. There is so much to see and do that it is nearly impossible to see it all in one day. They have Jimi Hendrix & Madonna’s clothes, Jim Morrison’s boy scout uniform and report cards, a drum kit that Keith Moon blew up with dynamite onstage, and much much more (including countless iconic guitars, drums, etc.). There are also several informative documentaries that you can watch in mini movie theaters tucked away in various locations throughout the museum, as well as interactive listening stations.

    That doesent tickle your pickle? How about going to check out the architecture behind the Rock Hall? World famous architect I.M. Pei, who has designed several building (including the Louvre Pyramid & an apartment for Steve Jobs), was commissioned to craft the breathtaking museum, which resembles a record player spinning a record when looked upon from above.

    You can also walk next door to the Great Lakes Science Center and learn a thing or two about physics, space, etc. Perhaps walk down West Huron grab a bite to eat at The Hard Rock Cafe inside Tower City, & do a little shopping before heading to the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo or Cleveland Browns Stadium? With so much fun stuff to do in Northeast Ohio, its a mystery why anyone would live in Indianapolis (Colts suck).

  2. Much Needed Reality Check says:

    Will they have AC/DC in to play “Big Balls” in honor of Winslow?

  3. Will they have AC/DC in to play "Big Balls" in honor of Winslow?

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