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by Darren Held

Damn. I was sure our Held2gether Facebook page would get to 500 likes by Christmas. Turns out, I’m wrong sometimes: We ended up with 496 at the end of Christmas.

I’m not complaining or anything. That’s a lot, especially considering we don’t buy likes or do weird advertising aimed just at getting people to click on our page for no good reason. We’re really happy that the 496 people who like H2G actually like H2G and don’t just like the page because they think they’ll get a free cookie or a reindeer butt magnet. Yay!

Chances are, if you’re reading this blog, you probably already realize how awesome we are and have liked our FB page. You probably even follow Held2gether on Twitter. If so, thank you! We would have no reason to exist if it weren’t for our fans, and we really do appreciate you all more than you know!

As a token of our gratitude, we already have shows planned for you to kick off the New Year right! The first Last Laugh Saturday is Saturday, January 28th. I know, I know – that’s, like, a whole month+ away. But we wanted you to have something to look forward to as a reward for tackling 2012 with gusto and determination! Cuz that’s how we roll, people.

So go ahead and finish off the fruit cakes and egg nog, write your list of New Year’s Resolutions and organize your gifts into their appropriate categories: Can’t Wait to Use It; Might As Well Use It Since It Was Free; Re-Gift ASAP. We’ll be practicing yes, anding and adding information and justifying, so when you need a little break from the real world we’ll be ready for you!

Oh, and if you haven’t liked us on FB yet, could ya? Thanks! Here’s the handy link to our Held2gether Facebook page.

Yeah. Turns out, I’m also a little needy sometimes.

By Sonnjea Blackwell

Darren Held
About Darren Held
Darren is the CEO and Creative Director of Held2gether, Improv for LIfe. He has been teaching and performing improv for 15 years, and has performed with H2g, the Groundlings, UCB and Second City. He loves Moto, red wine, and Madonna.

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