At HSN we like to reward our fans with great deals that includes their favorite products and also their bucket list experiences! Last week we treated some HSN Card VIP’s to an experience of seeing Disney on Broadway.
Disney productions on Broadway are well known for their vibrancy and vitality in song, dance and costumes, and these two shows certainly did not disappoint! HSN card VIP’s were given the opportunity to choose between Aladdin or The Lion King and bring a guest along. But that’s not all! In addition to attending a complimentary Broadway show, guests also received some pre and post show VIP treatment.
What’s a celebration without some tasty treats and libations? Before each performance we threw guests an exclusive reception, with heavy hors’ dourves and an open bar. HSN hosts Bobbi Ray Carter, Callie Northagen, Brett Chuckerman, and Marlo Smith and designer Danielle DeFerdinando met and mingled with show goers during the cocktail hour. Guests were also greeted at the reception by special door prizes like a handbag from Danielle Nicole and a goodie bag containing a Broadway soundtrack, HSN mug, speaker, and $25 HSN gift card.
Oh but the lights are flashing, time to go to the show! Each show had its hallmarks like the Genie’s standout hilarious performance in Aladdin, and the amazing interaction between the animals and the audience in The Lion King. After soaking up the Disney magic of each show, HSN card VIP’s were invited to attend a Q&A with cast members to hear about the experience from behind-the-scenes.
All-in-all, we think everyone left the theatre that day with a new appreciation for Broadway. Some attendees kept in touch with us after the show to express what they loved the best!
This is the first time we’ve ever given HSN credit card members a Disney Broadway experience but it won’t be the last time we reward our outstanding customers. If you’d like the opportunity to cross some items off your bucket list with HSN then apply for the HSN Card today!
Which Disney classic is your favorite, Aladdin or The Lion King?