On November, Saturday the 15th, 2003 the downtown Chicago Lego store held a "What Would You Make" event. Members of the Northern Illinois Lego Train Club were tasked to help out. Children (& a few grown ups) were allowed to build anything they wanted. They then had their picture taken with their creation and were presented with their picture and an "Official LEGO Builder Licence". The models were then displayed on a table with a Lego city-scape for a backdrop. TV news crews shot video of the event for the evening news. For their work the NILTC members were presented with a gift card and allowed to fill a small Pick-A-Brick cup from the play bricks. Thanks to some small but out of production, highly coveted, and valuable parts, the most expensive small Pick-A-Brick cups knowen to mankind were created!
wish I could have been there.free legos and builders license?sounds like....a SNOT miltary base armed with 100 clone troopers being MOTD.do you know of a website where I can get information on things like this?