Signed copy of Bruce Springsteen's autobiography 'Born To Run', and my wristband for the meet and greet. The tickets for the event went on sale on a Tuesday morning (CAD20, if I recall correctly) for the event on the Thursday. I think there was 500 tickets available and the sold out within about 15-20 seconds, so I missed out. Later that day, I spotted that many websites were reselling the tickets for hundreds and thousands of dollars. I thought this was odd as the listing clearly stated that the tickets would have the purchasers name on them and ID was required. Concerned that people may get ripped off on the resale market and end up not being allowed in, I looked for a way to contact the organisers. I found the email address for the person running they're social media and sent them an email to make them aware of the resale listings. This was around 10pm on the Tuesday but I got a reply from him within minutes thanking me and assuring me that they were working to get the listings shut down. We had some email back and forth and he also contacted me the following morning with updates. Eventually, he asked for my phone number and called me. It turned out that he was the VP for events and was the person in charge of the whole event! As a token of his gratitude for me contacting him, and for how I'd dealt with it (they'd been taking a lot of heat online for how quickly they sold out, so I think he appreciated how I had communicated with him), he offered to add me to his guest list to meet Bruce! After a quick call to my work boss, I was able to arrange the time off to go and see The Boss. A wonderfully bizarre and unexpected turn of events, and something I'll never forget.