Friday, January 29, 2010

We (you) sent $3,800 to the Red Cross!

What a great response to our fundraiser! The Beachcomber sent a check to the Red Cross for $3,800. That's 100% of each pass sold on January 21. Thank you! The work was done by volunteers and the Beachcomber covered all the transaction fees, materials and shipping. Speaking of shipping....

Looking for your pass? It's on its way to you now. We hope you use it often!

Looking for us? You can find us
on Facebook:
on Twitter: @TheComah
in the store:
(but not literally in the store because it's cold in there)

Looking for summer? Bundle up and keep the faith. It will be here before we know it.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Red Cross fundraiser - please share

On Thursday, January 21, the Beachcomber will be selling season passes to raise money for the Red Cross. 100% of this Thursday's pass sales will go to the Red Cross.

Why buy a 2010 season pass to the Comber? It gets you free beach parking (first come, first parked), discounted or free admission to selected shows and 10% off items at the Beachcomber Store on Route 6 (in store purchases only). Plus, get in free on opening night! That's a $10 savings right there, and it all goes to the Red Cross.

Just be sure to buy your pass on the 21st if you want to benefit the Red Cross. You can do it right here:

Passes are $25.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

guest post - Will Dailey

You wanted to hear from some of our musicians, so here you go! Will Dailey gets the ball rolling:

It is usually this time of year that my mind begins to yearn like a sad dog for the opposite end of the season cycle. A big snow fall and stopped everything, calming us all down for 6 hours. Then that same snow fall squeezes into tighter lanes. It melts and leaves sand, dirt and snow. The major holidays pass by and the cold just becomes the cold. It is in one of those aching moments, as I suit up with an air of protest, that I start to dream of the summer. Three things come to mind. The first being a certain lake in Maine. The second is a sunburn and the thirds is the sand in my shoes from loading into a gig at the Beach Comber.

-Will Dailey