By this point I’m sure you know that A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas is coming out November 4, 2011. It’ll be filled with drugs, special effects, and all sorts of raunchy goodness. In support of the movie, a very special truck has been dispatched to college campuses nationwide…and it’s giving out free crap! Vote for your campus today.
It’s the stoner version of the 12 Days of Christmas! The truck, aptly called the Harold & Kumar Munchies Truck, is starting its grand 12 day journey tomorrow in Los Angeles (I’d tell you what school, but it seems it’s tied between UCLA and USC). Along its travels, the truck will be distributing free munchie food, as well as exclusive Harold & Kumar swag, including opening day screening passes to the movie! All that great stuff will be given out on a first come, first serve basis (you must be at least 18 years old), so don’t be the lazy fuck who shows up late to the party.
Vote for your school today by visiting the Harold & Kumar Facebook fanpage. You can also vote on Twitter by by tweeting #HK3D and the hashtag for your school (#___hasthemunchies). Tweet as many times as you like – each tweet counts as one vote! Below is a list of the competing schools:
Sat., 10/22 – Los Angeles: UCLA vs. USC
Mon, 10/24– San Francisco: San Francisco State University vs. San Jose State University
Tues., 10/25 – Phoenix: Arizona St. University (Main) vs. Arizona St. University (Downtown)
Weds., 10/26 – Denver: University of Colorado Boulder vs. Colorado State University
Thurs., 10/27 – Austin: Texas A&M vs. University of Texas
Fri., 10/28 – Miami: University of Miami vs. Florida International University
Sat., 10/29 – Atlanta: Georgia Tech vs. Georgia State University
Mon., 10/31 – Columbus: Ohio State University vs. Columbus State
Tues., 11/1 – Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia vs. Drexel University
Weds., 11/2 – Baltimore: John Hopkins University vs. Towson University
Thurs., 11/3 – Boston: Emerson College vs. Boston University
Fri., 11/4 – New York City: Hofstra University vs. Columbia University