The twelve donkeys and twelve elephants will be secured in
hidden and visible locations throughout the EpiCentre and each will be
tagged with information about how to redeem the animal for Discovery
Place and IMAX tickets. To level the playing field, Discovery Place will
be offering daily social media clues on Facebook
and Twitter (@discoveryplace <http://www.twitter.com/discoveryplace>).
The contest will continue until all 24 animals have been captured. For
more information call 704.372.6261 x300 or email email@example.com
“As a longstanding partner in Charlotte’s arts and culture
scene, we are excited to be in the “epicenter” of national events that
will surround the region in the coming months,” said Mackay. “And, if
you’re wondering what the odds of finding tickets are…well, I would
speculate that it will all come down to turnout.”
*About Discovery Place*
One of the top hands-on science museums in the nation, Discovery Place
provides ever-changing, entertaining facilities that engage people in
the active exploration of science and nature. The Museum brings
relevant, contemporary science to life through groundbreaking
exhibitions, interactive educational programming and hands-on
activities. Nearly a half-million people from all over the United States
engage with Discovery Place and its IMAX Dome Theatre each year.
Discovery Place is located in uptown Charlotte at 301 N. Tryon Street.
Convenient parking is available in the Museum’s parking deck – the Carol
Grotnes Belk Complex – at the corner of Sixth and Church Streets. For
more information about Discovery Place, call 704-372-6261, visit
_www._discoveryplace.org <http://www.discoveryplace.org/>or connect with
Discovery Place on Facebook <http://www.facebook.com/discoveryplace>,
Twitter <http://www.twitter.com/discoveryplace>and YouTube
Discovery Place Inc. owns and operates Discovery Place, Charlotte Nature
Museum and Discovery Place KIDS and is supported, in part, with funding
from the Arts & Science Council.