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Guest Viewpoint: United Way

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Hi, I am Tracie Fowler, executive director of United Way of Southeast Mississippi. I am here today to tell you about our 12th Annual home sweet home raffle.

This year we have an exciting twist for the raffle winner! The winner will have the option of accepting our gorgeous $315,000 home nestled in the award-winning Bellegrass community or can choose to walk away with $100,000 cash.

Can you imagine what you can do with $100,000 in your pocket or a beautiful brand new home!?

I invite you to visit us at the home and see the its charming features for yourself. But don't wait too long because time is running out. You only have until August 17!

There are many ways to enter the drawing for your chance to become this year's big winner. You can come visit us in person at one of our open houses or in our downtown office location or you can go online to our website at www.unitedwaysems.org to purchase the ticket. You can also call us at 601-545-7141 and purchase a ticket over the phone. If you have one of our brochures, you can mail in the completed brochure with payment or stop by a participating bank or Corner Market location.

A full list of bank and grocery store locations are on our website www.unitedwaysems.org as well as directions to the home. Please feel free to call our staff at 601-545-7141 if you have any questions or to purchase a ticket.

Thank you for supporting United Way of Southeast Mississippi. 

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