Win tickets as our princess to see ‘Diana’ exhibit

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imageWe know you’re a VIP. Or at least we know you think you are, so we want to treat you like one. So here’s your chance to attend next week’s VIP reception for “Diana: A Celebration.”

The exhibit brings 150 artifacts from the life of the late Princess of Wales to the Atlanta Civic Center when it opens Jan. 23. But first, Princess Diana’s brother, Lord Charles Spencer, joins other dignitaries during a preview of the event on Thursday during a VIP Reception. That’s where you come in.

Organizers of the event, sighting strong interest in the VIP Reception, are offering 200 general admission tickets to the event. The price tag? $150 per stub, which includes valet parking, admission to the event, food, drinks and a preview of the exhibit. The tickets must be purchased by Monday.

But here’s where we come in: We’ve got two tickets to the VIP Reception to give away. That’s right — more swag from your friends here at Project Q Atlanta.

Here’s how it works: Sign up for our weekly eblast and we’ll pick two winners from among those new registrations to award the tickets. It’s quick and painless to subscribe, which you can do here or in the box below. Then you’ll receive our weekly eblast that provides a run down of the best of Project Q. (Occasionally, we also offer event invitations from our partners. But we don’t provide our subscription list to anyone.)

So, sign up for the eblast by Monday at noon — don’t forget to respond to the confirmation email once you sign up — and we’ll announce our winners later that day. That gives you plenty of time to purchase your tickets to the VIP Reception in case you’re not a Project Q Princess.

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