Don’t Miss the Train - See ASP3 in Theaters and Win

Posted by awebb 9 years, 5 months ago to Entertainment
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“As long as I am alive, I won’t desert a battle that is mine to fight.” - Dagny Taggart

This past Sunday, Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt? was ranked 20th in per theater average revenue. By Monday, Atlas had fought its way to #6. Don’t desert the battle. Help Atlas Shrugged climb to the top of the charts by going to the theater now... and win.

Earn memorabilia from the “Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?” World Premiere including the 8’x16’ Step & Repeat Atlas Shrugged Background, foam core entrance posters, and exclusive theatrical posters signed by John Galt himself (Kris Polaha), Eddie Willers (Dominic Daniel), Producer Harmon Kaslow, Associate Producer Scott DeSapio, Director Jim Manera, Composer Elia Cmiral, and more!

Simply grab your friends, family, and coworkers, head to the nearest theater to see ASP3 this weekend, and send a picture of all of your ticket stubs to mailto:iamjohngalt@atlasshruggedmovie.com.

The groups that purchase the most tickets between Friday, September 19th and Monday, September 22nd will win:

First Prize - 1 signed poster, 1 foam core mounted poster, and the one-of-a-kind step and repeat backdrop

Second Prize - 1 signed poster and 1 foam core mounted poster

Third Prize - 1 signed poster

Fourth Prize - 1 foam core mounted poster

BONUS: Any group that purchases 15 tickets or more will receive an official Galt’s Gulch coin! http://store.atlasshruggedmovie.com/offi...

Winners will be announced Tuesday, September 23rd!


Find a theater near you and purchase tickets: http://www.atlasshruggedmovie.com/theate...

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  • Posted by vaterking 9 years, 5 months ago
    How about a prize for those who traveled the farthest on September 12 to see ASP3? My wife and I logged 533 miles round trip, from Perry, Iowa to Eden Prairie, MN, all in one day.
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    • Posted by mdk2608 9 years, 5 months ago
      Wow You deserve an award. My son goes to college in Sioux Center Iowa and there were no theatres in Iowa, South Dakota, or Nebraska. Had I know he could have met you in Albert Lea:)
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    • Posted by $ winterwind 9 years, 5 months ago
      Our trip to the Vegas premiere was 765 miles; a side trip to Utah made the trip home 937, for a total 1702 miles driven - in 5 days.
      We've done that 500-miles-in-one-day, and there is no word to describe it but brutal, no matter how many drivers you have. Congratulations!
      Counting Vegas, we've seen it 6 times, with various people.
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  • Posted by slfisher 9 years, 5 months ago
    Still 4 showings daily at a single theatre in Idaho's Treasure Valley, but the times have been adjusted slightly -- from 6:20 to 7:05.

    Also, oddly, no showings on Monday.
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  • Posted by jyokela 9 years, 5 months ago
    Yes, some theaters have cut or eliminated showings. The bigger issue is one person in the group has to be nominated for taking pictures and winning the prize because splitting a signed poster 30 ways is not very effective.
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  • Posted by $ winterwind 9 years, 5 months ago
    Knowing this would have been useful yesterday. or at the beginning of the run.
    I saw it with my sister, who loved it, and of course I let her keep her ticket stub.
    I saw it with a friend on Friday; I would never have a reason to ask her for her ticket stub.
    Fortunately, I already bought posters.
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  • Posted by kevthen 9 years, 5 months ago
    I wish there were a theater nearby carrying AS3 so I could take my daughter to see it. There are none in York County or Adams County or for that matter anywhere between Gettysburg and York (west to east) or Harrisburg to the MD line (north to south). Frederick, MD is the closest at about 35 miles from home (Hanover, PA). I will see it when I travel to Dallas on business but my daughter will have to wait for the DVD!
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