BURBANK, CA – To get a head start on the spirit of holiday giving and celebrate the November 4th theatrical release of New Line Cinema’s “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas,” college students will vote for their school and the chance to have the “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas” Munchies Truck Tour visit their campus.

To launch Harold and Kumar’s own version of the twelve days of Christmas, students in twelve cities will select their college/university via Twitter (using specific hashtags for their schools — details can be found at https://www.twitter.com/wbpictures and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HaroldandKumarMovie starting Wednesday, October 12th. The campus with the most votes/highest volume of activity in each participating market will earn a visit from the Munchies Truck.

The Munchies truck will feature a special “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas” menu and/or signature item. Students will enjoy free munchies and have the chance to get fun prizes, including advance screening passes (while supplies last). Cities and schools participating in the twelve-day tour include:

  • Sat., 10/22 – Los Angeles: UCLA vs. USC
  • Mon, 10/24- San Francisco: San Francisco State University vs. San Jose State University
  • Tues., 10/25 – Phoenix: Arizona St. University (Main) vs. Arizona St. University (Downtown)
  • Weds., 10/26 – Denver: University of Colorado Boulder vs. Colorado State University
  • Thurs., 10/27 – Austin: Texas A&M vs. University of Texas
  • Fri., 10/28 – Miami: University of Miami vs. Florida International University
  • Sat., 10/29 – Atlanta: Georgia Tech vs. Georgia State University
  • Mon., 10/31 – Columbus: Ohio State University vs. Columbus State
  • Tues., 11/1 – Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia vs. Drexel University
  • Weds., 11/2 – Baltimore: John Hopkins University vs. Towson University
  • Thurs., 11/3 – Boston: Emerson College vs. Boston University
  • Fri., 11/4 – New York City: Hofstra University vs. Columbia University

Free food and a free movie. Sounds like a plan.