Twin Cities Friends,
Have you heard of the Choo Choo Bob show?
Toddler Tuesday at the Mall of America (stay-at-home parents - Toddler Tuesday is pretty great if you have never checked it out - free entertainment and even little toys for kids on Tuesday mornings) and also because a friend of ours is one of the stars. Yes, it's true. We ACTUALLY KNOW Engineer Emily and she is awesome and named Emily in real life, too. Anyway, it's a very cute and non-annoying children's show that is produced locally and airs on Channel 45. You can see a few of the episodes on YouTube - find them via the Choo Choo Bob Show website. There is also a Choo Choo Bob store in St. Paul that has trains running, interactive tables for kids and obviously lots of train-related merchandise. They also have a storytime - check for times and more about the store here.
- Model railroad displays in all gauges.
- Model train vendors.
- Three FREE inflatables...jump 'til you drop.
- FREE ride-on train for the kids.
- Multiple Thomas the Tank Engine play tables.
- Children's activity area.
- Railroad museums and authors will have displays.
- The Choo Choo Bob Show will be performing live on stage. Meet the cast members, sing along to your favorite songs and enjoy the live show.
So here is the giveaway:
FOUR tickets to the train show and one Choo Choo Bob Holiday DVD (we have a copy and it's very holiday-cozy and a hit with both kids.)
To enter simply leave a comment by Sunday, December 15 at 11:59 PM CST. The comment can say anything, but if you need a prompt then why don't you tell me your favorite or least favorite thing about winter? It's cool if you need to use the anonymous option - just make sure to include a first name and a way to contact you. Winner will be announced Monday, December 16 and then the tickets and the DVD will be sent to you right away.
May the chugga chugga be with you!
This post is sponsored by the Choo Choo Bob Show and they provided me with a copy of the Choo Choo Bob Holiday DVD along with four tickets to the Great RiverCenter Train Show.