Punch Giveaway: Win tickets to Nat Geo’s world premiere screening of “Animal Intervention” in Los Angeles

Punch readers, Nat Geo WILD is giving YOU the opportunity to join us at the world premiere screening of their new series “Animal Intervention” with Alison Eastwood and Donald Shultz this Thursday in Los Angeles!

In the new series animal activist Alison Eastwood and animal expert Donald Shultz confront overwhelmed and out-of-touch wildlife owners who house exotic animals in confined and potentially hazardous environments.

The show premieres on Nat Geo WILD Tuesday, October 2 at 9 PM.

We’re giving away 10 pairs of tickets to the LA screening this Thursday! For your chance to win tickets, do one or all of the following:

1) Comment in the section below to tell us why YOU want to be there (be sure to include your email when you comment — don’t worry, it won’t show up in the comment, but we’ll be able to contact you if you win!)

2) Retweet our tweet about the ticket giveaway.

3) Tweet us @ThePacificPunch to tell us why you want to attend the screening.

It’s THAT easy. Plus, you get to attend a special cocktail reception before and a Q&A with Eastwood and Shultz after. It’s a no brainer people!

The event will take place at the Paley Center for Media, 465 North Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills, 6:30 PM Reception, 7:30 PM Screening. Valet Parking will be available.

Ready. Set. GO!

About Lindsay Taub:
Lindsay Taub is an LA-based writer/editor who covers travel, lifestyle, culture, music/arts, food, wellness, and more. She calls Los Angeles home when she's there, but prefers to leave the city for the mountains and open spaces as often as possible. She loves cooking, gardening, live music, hiking with her three rescue dogs, and rustic luxury. Follow her on instagram/twitter @lindsaytaub and follow the Pacific Punch @ThePacificPunch or email lindsaytaub58@gmail.com. Learn more at www.lindsaytaub.com and www.voyagevixens.com .***


  1. Tiiu Leek Jacobson says:

    Crazy that people keep these wild animals and it’s inhumane to keep them caged up. Looking forward to seeing the show and glad the problem is being highlighted.

  2. Hi there, Thanks a lot for this! Cheers.

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