(Photo by A. Ricketts for Visit Philadelphia)
Philly Tech Week 2019 presented by Comcast begins with the Kickoff Festival at First Friday in Old City.
Get excited to get your phone out, because there are 40 locations participating in the inaugural PTW19 scavenger hunt created by Scavify, an Old City-based app designer and official partner in kickoff fun and games!
It’s easy to play to win prizes like tickets to PTW19 community calendar events, gadgets, experiences, gift bags and more. All you need to do is download the Scavify app by Friday, May 3, and complete the tasks while walking the footprint of the official festival.
How you’ll play to win:
Start your PTW19 experience at Linode our official headquarters for the PTW19 Kickoff Festival. You’ll want to stop in to take a tour of this four-story, 15,000-square-foot neoclassical beauty with Roman columns, more than a century of history in its walls and a secret vault in the basement. The team also plans to deck out the employee parking lot to create a family-friendly tech playground located directly across from building, right on N3RD Street — not to mention the crew behind Philly Tech Week will be stationed there with PTW19 t-shirts and all types of PTW-related swag and enthusiasm!
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Players that get closest to 215 points will be entered to win the top prizes while all players will be eligible to win a variety of smaller prizes and gifts. Winners will all be determined by raffle, and you have from Friday, May 3, through Friday, May 10, to complete this hunt. You’ll get the notification about the prizes via Scavify the morning of May 11.
These Old City spots are participating in the scavenger hunt:
- Independence Visitor Center Corporation
- 36 Craven
- BIELLO MARTIN STUDIO
- Bluestone Fine Art Gallery
- Brave New World Comics
- Cherry Street Pier
- Chez Ben
- Continental Old City
- Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar
- Elfreth’s Alley Museum
- Fireman’s Hall Museum
- Fringe Arts
- Garfield Group
- Independence Orthodontics
- Indy Hall
- Linode Parking Lot
- Momo’s Tree House
- Old City Coffee, Inc
- Old City Jewish Arts Center
- Opportunity Barks Behavior & Training
- Pentimenti Gallery
- Petit Jardin en Ville
- Pinot Boutique Wine Bar
- Positano Coast by Aldo Lamberti
- Science History Institute (featuring activations by The Philadelphia Science Festival)
- Secret Location #1
- Secret Location #2
- Secret Location #3
- The Center for Art in Wood
- The Clay Studio
- The National
- United By Blue
- Wexler Gallery
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