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Community Blood Center for the Ozarks kicking off Chiefs vs. Rams Challenge Blood Drive

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NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE COMMUNITY BLOOD CENTER OF THE OZARKS

This year, everyone gets in on the fun during the Chiefs vs. Rams Challenge Blood Drive

14th annual drive offers great prizes including game tickets to the Chiefs or Rams; online voting for your favorite team

September 19, 2013 – This year during the 14th annual Chiefs vs. Rams Challenge Blood Drive, every donor has the chance to win. All participants at any CBCO blood drive September 23rd through 29th will be automatically entered to win NFL ticket packages or autographed NFL memorabilia. Blood donors are also encouraged to vote for their favorite NFL team online at www.cbco.org. Voting opens September 23rd.

“This drive has been so popular in past years, and we’re really pumping up the event by including all our area donors,” CBCO Marketing Manager Chris Pilgrim said. “We’ve got four ticket packages to give away and some autographed gear and photos as well. Another big part of the event is to vote on your favorite team. We’ll be finding out who the most popular Missouri team is, but we’ll also give fans of other NFL teams a chance to cast a ballot for their team. Don’t forget, all participants also receive CBCO LifePoints that may be redeemed for a variety of items online.”

Community Blood Center of the Ozarks donors provide all of the blood and blood products to patients at thirty-eight area hospitals. For more information on this drive, or to hold a blood drive at your church, school or business, call CBCO at 1-800-280-5337. Log onto www.cbco.org for information on how you can give life to your community.

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