Step right up...and get your Freddy merchandise
Updated On: Feb 23 2012 10:50:49 AM CST
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the annual Freddy Awards, the State Theatre is selling Freddy merchandise.
A commemorative limited edition black t-shirt has the Fred X logo on the front and the names of 2012 participating schools on the back.
Available in sixes Medium-XXL, the t-shirt sells for $20 at the State Theatre box office or $23.50 (including shipping and handling) online.
Sure to be a collector's item is a copy of the DVD documentary "Most Valuable Players" following the 2008 Freddy Awards.
This OWN Documentary Club Selection by CanyonBack Films premiered nationally on the Oprah Winfrey Network in September 2011.
It has also won numerous awards, including Best Director (Seattle) and Audience Favorite (Nashville).
The DVD extras include deleted scenes, an outtake reel, behind-the-scenes commentary by the filmmakers and intros by Rosie O'Donnell and Oprah Winfrey.
Buy the DVD for $20 at the box office or $25 (including shipping and handling) online.
To order merchandise, visit the State Theatre box office at 453 Northampton St. in Easton; call 1-800-999-STATE or 610-252-3132; or online at www.freddyawards.org/category/shop.
All proceeds from the sale of the t-shirts and DVDs support the Freddy Awards.
The 2012 Freddy Awards, FRED X, will culminate in a three-hour television awards ceremony on Thursday, May 24 from the State Theatre in Easton.
Produced in partnership with 69-WFMZ-TV, the show will be broadcast live from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. on WFMZ and streamed live on the web at WFMZ.com.
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