ANN ARBOR (WWJ) - University of Michigan students know how to save money on their textbooks. They proved that by winning a CollegeHumor Live show hosted by two of the site’s long-time stars, Jake and Amir, in a contest presented by Neebo and long-running comedy website CollegeHumor.com.
Students who shopped on Neebo.com, an online college bookstore, during the back-to-school season registered to win their school a CollegeHumor Live show. Out of 225 colleges that participated, the University of Michigan had the most students participate.
The CollegeHumor Live show will be Friday, December 7 at 10:30 p.m. at the Michigan Union Rogel Ballroom. The show is free for the first 600 students and their guests. University of Michigan students can go to Ulrich’s Bookstore to get additional details on the show, and also enter for a chance to win one of 15 VIP packages, which will include guaranteed access and priority seating.
The show will also stream live on CollegeHumor.com, so fans everywhere will be able to watch the fun unfold.
“This is unbelievably cool for University of Michigan students,” Todd Goetz, Ulrich’s Bookstore manager, said in a release. “Out of all the campuses across the country that Neebo serves, it’s amazing that CollegeHumor will be bringing their live show here. And it’s even better that U-M students won this honor by being smart and saving on their college purchases.”
CollegeHumor.com is a leading comedy website for young adults, and their popular CollegeHumor Live shows repeatedly sell out nationwide.