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If you missed out on winning our monthly 30th anniversary trivia contests so far this year, you have another chance today – on February 10th (1/3 of 30!) rather than February 30th since there isn’t one.

So, first four correct comments ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE win Valentine’s treats from us.

Ready…Set…Go!

Name these other famous things about 1980, our first year in biz:

  1. President in 1980
  2. Best-selling album in 1980 (hint – they are “back” but not in “black” with a new album this year)
  3. This was the biggest story from the 1980 Olympics (hint – a “miracle,” really)
  4. Top-grossing movie in 1980 (hint – it’s a sequel about a boy with daddy issues)
  5. NBA Finals MVP (hint – if he was playing today, it would be on Kobe’s team)
  6. He was named an Arizona senator in 1980
  7. Oscar winner for best director in 1980 (hint – one heck of a handsome leading man in his day too)
  8. Emmy winner for best comedy series in 1980 (hint – not a car, van or bus)
  9. Tony winner for best musical in 1980 (hint – think Madonna)
  10. Arizona’s estimated population in 1980
Abbie S. Fink
Abbie S. Fink
Vice President/General Manager Abbie has been doing public relations her whole life…from organizing a picket line in 6th grade to organizing client communications today. She’s passionate about a lot of things, you’ll see. Check out Abbie's full bio

2 Comments

  1. tami shaw says:

    1. The President of the United States during 1980 was James Earl (Jimmy) Carter. 2. The best-selling album of 1980 was The Wall, by Pink Floyd. 3. The Boys of Winter: The Untold Story of a Coach, a Dream, and the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team 4.The sequel to 1977’s Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back opened in May of 1980 becoming the highest-grossing film of the year. 5.Magic Johnson was named the 1980 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player 6. Barry Goldwater: He was subsequently reelected in 1980. 7.Robert Redford, in his directorial debut, won the best director Oscar. 8.Outstanding Comedy Series – Taxi (ABC) 9. Evita (1980) 10. 2,716,546

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