**UPDATE: The contest will now run through midnight on Monday, 3/12/12! We’re making some big changes to My.Ology.com today, Friday 3/9/12, so the site will be down periodically. Don’t worry. You’ll have the rest of the weekend and Monday to help your favorite actor win the title of “Hottest Male Actor”!
Remember that if you join and are active, should Darren win, you have the chance to win one of 20 tshirts from ology.com.
and if we get AT LEAST 500 members, we’ll (the DCST) will be giving away a How To Succeed playbill autographed by Darren Criss, Beau Bridges, and David Hull.
You can join via facebook or email, and you can invite your friends to join as well. It’s really easy and fun!
so go, join, promote, tell your friends, etc. etc. etc. here’s the link again:
Create an account and join Darren’s Ology page. This is for Ology’s “Hottest Male Actor!” Contest.
Basically, the actor with the most followers, posts, and comments on their page will win. So far we’re in second place only a few points behind Tom Felton. Every other actor is thousands of point behind Darren and Tom.
All the official rules and information can be found here.
If Darren wins, the top 20 most active members will win a t-shirt!
If the page gets up to 500 members, the street team will be giving away an autographed “How to Succeed” playbill as well
The DCST did this for fans back in June when Darren played at Irving, Steven’s dad is allowing us to do this again if there is interest.
Check out the fb event, let either Steven or myself know if you are interested in having pizza while waiting outside of Irving on 11/26. It will be delivered and you dont’ need to leave your spot in line to get something to eat!
Also, reblogging/inviting your friends would be awesome. I would hate for people to feel left out for not knowing about this.
(Steven’s father’s restaurant makes REALLY good pizza!)
The Original Darren Criss Street Team. This is for people that are not only fans of Darren Criss but want to support him by spreading the word about his awesomeness.
A street team is essentially a group of volunteers, usually fans who want to support you and see you rise to the very top. They are motivated to help you sell CDs, increase your fanbase and enhance your present stature as an artist.
Traditionally, street teamers spread the word about an artist and in an ideal world will bring business to the band they are representing. They hand out flyers and plaster messages on bulletin boards all over the internet.