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Sack The Holidays

Dec 17th 2016 @ Seattle

Seattle, WA
I Was There
Saturday, December 17th, 2016
1:00 PM
1532 Minor Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
Holiday Flash Mob (pillow fight) we call Sack the Holidays! Pillows will fly! Swing and whack as you evade pillow-wielding assailants. Bring a soft, feather-free pillow and wait for the signal. Pillow fight! UPDATE: TICKETS HOLDERS will receive an email that includes the location of flash mob 3 hours before the event. FACEBOOK/OUR WEBSITE will be updated with the location of the flash mob 1 hour before the event. Date: Saturday, December 17th, 2016 Time: 1:00p.m. Where: Seattle Age: This is family friendly Bring: Your own pillow. Theme: Holiday Attire (not required) Cost: Free! (Donations accepted) Find updated info on Join us at http:// Like us on Facebook: Pic: Last year’s video: Rules: Please follow these rules to ensure a safe and fun pillow fight for everybody! + Soft, feather-free pillows only! + Swing lightly; many people will be swinging at once. + Do not swing at people without pillows or with cameras. + Remove glasses beforehand! + Bring something to conceal your pillow until the fight signal is given + Take pillows with you when you leave. Cleanup: Please eliminate your use of feathers. By participating, you are pledging to clean up twice the mess you made :) WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST, STOLEN OR BROKEN ITEMS OF ANY KIND. BY SHOWING UP TO THIS EVENT AND PARTICIPATING YOU AGREE TO THE TERMS OF BUBBLE’S RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND CODE OF CONDUCT DOCUMENTS WHICH CAN BE FOUND ON OUR WEBSITE. Event Itinerary: We will be meeting at the location and at 1:00p.m. Hide your pillows best you can. At 1:00p.m. you will hear someone yell out “pillow fight!” that is your cue to start.
Two important rules for flash our mobbers: - Please act as casual as possible before and after the flash mob. If you find it hard to keep a straight face, bring a book or an IPod. - Please don’t blow bubbles into people’s faces. No one wants soap in their eyes or on their electronics.
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