UPDATED: Patch RV Coming to Newton Today
Due to time constraints, the Patch RV will not be making a stop in Newton today. But enter our contest for a chance to win swag!
Update 1/30: Unfortunately, due to time constraints the Patch RV will not be able to stop in Newton today as previously planned. Sincerest apologies to those who planned on stopping by and getting free swag.
But -- we still have all this swag we'd love to give away. Submit a comment below this story letting us know what your favorite feature is on Newton Patch and we'll enter you into a drawing for a Patch swag gift bag!
The deadline for comments is tomorrow (Tuesday, Jan. 31) at 3 p.m.
UPDATE 2/1: Congratulations to Ellen Sheehy, the winner of the drawing! Ellen will receive a Patch swag bag chock full of great stuff. Keep the comments coming and keep your eyes peeled for more contests.
The Patch RV used to cover the 2012 presidential campaign trail is rolling into Newton Monday afternoon on its way home.
The 'Patchfinder,' which got its name in a New Hampshire Patch contest, is an RV wrapped in green with Patch branding. The vehicle has made the rounds in the early-primary states as Patches there — Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina — provided their residents with comprehensive local coverage.
The RV has been making its way back up the East Coast, and will be outside Newton City Hall and the public library tomorrow, Monday, roughly from 3-5 p.m.
Stop by to meet and chat up Newton Editor Melanie Graham, learn more about how you can use Patch, sign up for the Patch newsletter — and pick up some free Patch swag. What will we be giving away? You have to stop by to find out.