As if Nationals COO Andrew Fefffffffffffffffer didn’t dial up the rhetoric enough in what the Nats would love to be a rivalry with the Phillies, in steps DC radio station 106.7 The Fan and their latest campaign, #FUPhilly.
Officially named Forget U Philly, the campaign asks all six Nationals fans to tweet a video, using the hashtag #FUPhilly, explaining what the campaign’s title means to them. Which I’m sure will lead to some delightful responses.
106.7 The Fan wants to hear from YOU about what “Forget You, Philly” means to you. Here’s the deal – just create a video and Tweet us a link! Use any video-hosting platform you like, but make sure to Tweet us a link (@1067thefandc) to the video, and you must include the promotion hashtag #FUPhilly so we can pull it! Can’t tweet us your video? Then find our street team at DC area bars now through Wednesday and we’ll film the video for you! Follow us on Twitter to find out where we are, we’ll be out each evening filming your FU Philly rants.
Winners will receive two tickets to a game in the May series against the Phillies. And, of course: Sorry PA, this contest is only open to residents of DC, Maryland and Virginia.
Tomorrow we’ll be announcing our plans for a D.C. #takeover on Sunday night, May 6, for a national television game on ESPN, with 200 seats located in right field just behind $126 million man Jayson Werth. Something tells me we’ll hear a few #FUPhilly taunts.