On Common Ground
This Friday, September 26, I’ll be working with Capital One 360® and the Capital One 360 Cafés in the Boston area to hide ten $50 gift card vouchers throughout Boston Common. Capital One 360 is breaking down banking barriers in Boston, and is celebrating its grand opening with a series of On Common Ground events, including this scavenger hunt.
I’ll hide the $50 gift card vouchers in Boston Common on Friday afternoon. Simply follow @BostonTweet for the location of the vouchers and for clues to win - the first person to grab the voucher (at each location) wins it! If you’re one of the lucky winners, just bring that envelope/voucher to the Capital One 360 Café on Boylston Street (at 799 Boylston Street) and one of their friendly Associates will trade you the envelope for the $50 gift card.
This scavenger hunt is just one of many ways Capital One 360 is celebrating the fact that three of its Cafés are now open in the Boston area. This Thursday (September 25) through Saturday (September 27) Capital One 360’s On Common Ground events include free iced tea and coffee every morning from its pop-up Café in the Boston Common (near the corner of Beacon and Charles), a picnic lunch on Saturday afternoon, and a concert in its Boylston Café with The Field Effect on Saturday evening. Its three Cafés will also have prize wheels each day. For more information on the events and how to get tickets to the concert, visit CapitalOne360.com/celebration or one of the Capital One 360 Cafés in the Boston area, in Back Bay, Downtown Crossing, and Coolidge Corner.
At the Capital One 360 Cafés, customers can learn new ways to save time and money, and try out financial and digital tools – all while enjoying free Wi-Fi and a hand-crafted Peet’s® beverage and snacks.
Good luck and see you on Friday!
The BostonTweet Boston Calling Contest is sponsored by Capital One, N.A. For the official Rules & Regulations please visit BostonTweet On Common Ground Giveaway Official Rules. (PDF)
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