Get free MKE Film Festival tickets from Associated Bank, Stone Creek Coffee
Cream City cinephiles rejoiced this week when the Milwaukee Film Festival box office officially opened on Thursday, making tickets open to the public to purchase. But the only thing better than festival tickets? Free festival tickets – and that's exactly what Milwaukee Film, Associated Bank and Stone Creek Coffee want to give you next week.
On Sept. 18-20, the first 20 people to arrive at specific Stone Creek Coffee locations at specific times announced on Associated Bank's Facebook page will receive two vouchers for free Milwaukee Film Festival tickets. In order to win, customers must enter the designated Stone Creek Coffee location and either show or mention the Associated Bank ticket voucher giveaway Facebook post to a barista. And if you're one of the first 20 people, you've got two free tickets to the Milwaukee Film Festival screening of your choosing (if you need help picking, here are just a few of the most intriguing options).
In addition to the two vouchers, Associated Bank will also offer an invitation to its Milwaukee Film Checking, a new checking account featuring an exclusive cinema-centric debit card and checks as well as $.05 given back to Milwaukee Film with every purchase.
"As an extension of our partnership with the Milwaukee Film Festival, Associated Bank is pleased to join forces with our customer, Stone Creek Coffee, to launch this fun and interactive program to help bring cinematic visions and perspectives from around the corner and around the world to Milwaukee audiences," said Christopher Piotrowski, Associated Bank chief marketing officer, in a press release.
In total, Associated Bank, Stone Creek and Milwaukee Film will hand out more than 1,000 vouchers in the three-day giveaway, so you've got almost no excuse to miss out on a free film festival flick.
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