When I was 18, I had two movie tickets from a local radio station. Of course, back then it was about $1 a piece for her to get into the movies.
Think… think… think.
OK, I’ve hit some bingo in my time, though my play-to-win ratio is about 500-to-1. I’m not sure I can classify it as a win.
auction? I don’t understand why people always say you win if you bid high at auction. I’m sure there will be a wallet. I don’t think it won either.
The people at the Publishers’ Clearinghouse never came to my door, even though I practiced the look of shock. I’ve stopped completing the Taco Bell Receipt Feedback Contest because I haven’t collected anything yet. The Elk Club’s Queen of Hearts? I have luck with her two clubs.
When I saw Don Marco of Lakewood Ranch win a trip for two to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona on February 12th, I had to meet this guy. bottom.
As soon as I pulled over at his cozy home in Country Club East, I was immediately struck by the smart cookie. Marco, who had been an art education teacher for 32 years at his district in Bridgewater, New Jersey, at his Raritan, at his regional school, marked his retirement in the journal Aeronautics Society of America. spends his brushes on editing his magazine.
He handed me a seasonal magazine. This is the Fall 2022 issue. His story, titled “Atlas Missiles,” explores long-range intercontinental ballistic missiles, their history, and the emerging technology to document them.
It wasn’t your routine.
Editor of the non-profit publication since 2004, he explained his love for all things related to aerospace art. He showed me his garage. This is something of a makeshift studio, including many of his paintings of influential people in the aerospace industry.
After serving in the U.S. Army Security Service at a young age, Marco, now 76, spoke about the many opportunities his love of the aerospace industry and the arts associated with it has created.
His conversation convinced me that he was not only an artist and a journalist, but also a man of numbers.
One of his highlights was flying a C-2A Greyhound built to land on aircraft carriers. He landed and took off from his USS George Washington, a CVN-73 nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.
He rattled off the information, suggesting that, upon takeoff, the plane used a steam catapult to go from 0 to 140 knots in 2.3 seconds to take off from the 278-foot runway. All this happened in 1999.
As a guy who doesn’t do well in the carnival drop zone, I can’t imagine.
For that matter, I have no idea how he can rattle off aircraft make and model, airborne aircraft, runway length and speed. 76 years old? my goodness he is my hero.
Could all of this have something to do with his luck?
2 Super Bowl Tickets, Exclusive Access to Super Bowl Weekend Events, 3-Night Stay at Renaissance Phoenix Downtown, 2 Airline Tickets Contest Prizes were held to promote the Verizon Up app Verizon awarded by
Marco was introduced to various competitions on Verizon Up by his daughter and son-in-law, Christine and Jeff Dulick, who live in Bennington, Nebraska. Jeff Dulick is a United Airlines pilot and Christine Dulick is a former flight attendant.
One of the contests asked playing players to join the app at the exact moment and see if they could win $100 by clicking on a prompt. Marco hit it perfectly and put his C-Note in his pocket.
On January 6th, I received a call from Kristin Dulick about another contest. This time, Verizon was offering free trips to the Super Bowl.
Why not try it?
When prompted and customers across the country prompted, Malko stepped in.
“Somehow we have to think about whether we can get through such a complex system,” he said. “It’s filming through fiber optics and communication towers.”
When the second screen appeared, Marco stared at his computer.
“You have a super ticket,” read.
Perhaps so, but Maklo says he built his home computer to be a faster system. He built it using “state-of-the-art hardware,” noting that it’s considered to be in the top 95% of computers’ maximum speed capabilities. It is water cooled.
I think you need to be a little more aggressive before entering competitions.
In the weeks that followed, Marco was unsure if he had won. His wife of 53 years, Charlotte, suggested bringing along his grandson, 12-year-old Graeme Dulick, because of his love of the sport, but Marco decided a little more from Verizon. When it finally came, he Facetimed with his grandson who was sledding in the snow in Nebraska.
“He just rolled in the snow,” Marco said of his grandson who collapsed with joy.
Graham is a fan of the Cowboys and they missed the Super Bowl. After that, he was rooting for the Bengals, but that didn’t go well either. But Grandpa said he had a lot of soccer cards and was looking forward to getting some of them signed.
It’s been another week and they’re leaving. Proof that your triumphant moment may still be there.
I thanked Marco for his time and walked out his door.
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