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NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY MISSOURI SOUTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY

Help Paint the Town Green and Gold!

JOPLIN, MO (SNS) – Homecoming at Missouri Southern State University is Nov. 1-2. You can celebrate by helping MOSO “Paint the Town Green and Gold!”

Cheer on the Lions by decorating your storefront or home for a chance at great prizes.

Register your business in the competition by visiting www.mssu.edu and clicking on “Paint the Town Green and Gold!”

Companies must be registered by 8 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 28!

A panel of MOSO student judges will visit participating business and homes that week so be ready.

Win Southern Prize Packages including a live appearance on KSN TV’s Living Well, recognition in the MSSU Homecoming Parade and Homecoming Game, football and basketball tickets, a teambuilding experience for your employees and much more.

Be a part of the pride on Homecoming Week. Participate in 2013 Paint the Town Green and Gold and let your spirit roar!

For more details, go to www.mssu.edu .

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