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Friarhood Scavenger Hunt Contest 

Scavenger HuntIf you are attending Padres Fanfest this weekend you are in for a ton of fun, but it doesn’t stop there.  We at Friarhood wanted to have a little fun ourselves, so we set up a Friarhood Scavenger Hunt!  This is all going to go down on twitter, so if you don’t have a twitter account, now is the time to get one.  Make sure you follow @Friarhood (that’s us).


This is going to be very simple, you are going to try and accomplish as many of the tasks as possible.  The first person to complete all the tasks and find me (Steve Adler) will win an autographed Penitentiary shirt (provided by American Icon Autographs).   Most of the tasks will involve posting a picture of you on twitter completing tasks from around the park.  For each task you complete, you will receive an entry.  At the end of Saturday all entries will be compiled and winners will be randomly selected.  Prizes will include:

  • Tickets to the Padres home opener
  • Chase Headley signed baseball (compliments of American Icon Autographs)
  • Friarhood Shirt
  • ’78 All-Star Game 7-up bottle
  • Retro Padres hat (yellow and brown)
  • Padres beach towel
  • Lanyard from the 2011 All-Star Fanfest

When you tweet pictures you will need to include #FHSH and @Friarhood at the end of your tweets.  We will be retweeting your tasks as they are tweeted.  Just don’t forget that you need to be in the pictures.  For those of you that will be representing in our new “98” shirts that are available in the Friarhood Shop, as promised I will have $5 cash for you on Saturday (only shirts purchased at the Friarhood Shop are eligible for the $5 cash rebate).

The scavenger hunt is made to be easy and fun.  Complete the tasks, meet some cool people, and win some great prizes!

Winners must claim prizes within 30 days.  Items are available for pickup, if pickup cannot be arranged than winner is responsible to pay shipping charge.




About the author: Steve Adler

Steve is the founder of the Friarhood