Saturday, March 17, 2012

Hope Tour: Wilmington, NC

The Hope Tour 2012 Kickstarter campaign is now full swing! Be sure to drop by our page and get involved!


For the next 30 days, we're going to feature the towns on our tour. We're giving away a fun Hope Tour Gift Basket, so be sure to answer our questions for your chance to win!


From Myrtle Beach, we'll travel to Wilmington, NC.

One of our own Write Integrity authors lives in this area: Ann Knowles.

Now, we need to hear from Wilmington residents. Leave your answers in the comments below for a chance to win a special Hope Tour gift basket.

1) Who is your favorite local author, and what does he/she write?

2) What ONE restaurant would you recommend for our Best Bites on Tour book? Remember, we don't want fancy-schmancy - just good food and hopefully a fun atmosphere, too. Be sure to tell us what kind of food it is, too.

3) What's ONE thing in your town we should not miss when we get there? This can be something touristy, or something off the beaten path - but something that represents your town like nothing else. If we took photos there, folks would know it could only be from your town.

4) Name THREE fun facts about your town. We may use these in a later post, but it will also help us get acquainted with your area.

Leave your answers in the comments below, and be sure to provide us with your e-mail address so we can contact you if you're a winner.

Be sure to stay tuned for events planned in your area.

Thanks for your help.

Check the Kickstarter page for all the different reward levels and pledge your support! We could hold a party in your honor (S'mores, pizza, or wienie roast, anyone?) If we make our goal, Kickstarter collects the money and we go on tour. If we don't make our goal, you won't lose a penny! 



1 comment:

Ann Knowles said...

A beautiful city rich with history and filled with fun things to do.You can visit the NC Battleship, four beaches, sevral museums and parks, meet the folks at a movie production site, stroll through beautiful gardens, see plays at local theaters or ride "The Henietta" down the Cape Fear River as you dine and dance. If the family is along there are lots of things for children as well. You are near Ft. Fisher and Bald Head Island when you're in Wilmington--interesting historical sites.So come on down-or up-or over. We're eargerly awaiting your arrival.