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WDAM Blood Bowl Bash competition begins

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The annual WDAM Blood Bowl Bash Blood Drive is here!

This is a town competition blood drive.  Which town will donate the most blood? 

United Blood Services is experiencing an unusual decline in blood donations this summer.  Community members are urged to make it a priority to donate for your town’s blood bowl bash blood drive.

Residents can donate at the WDAM Hattiesburg Blood Bowl Bash on Tuesday, July 26 from 9 AM to 7 PM at Ashley HomeStore, located at Hwy 98 West, Hattiesburg.

Laurel residents can donate at the Cameron Center the same day.

All donors receive a “Blood Bowl” T-shirt. 

Donors are also entered to win hourly door prizes, an Apple Watch and one of two recliners from Ashley Home Store.

Free food and drinks will be served.

All summer blood donors are entered to win a Dream Vacation. The destination is the winner’s choice.  For one lucky winner, United Blood Services will cover the transit and lodging cost up to $6000, to the destination of the winner’s choice. 

All 16 to 20-year-olds who donate blood this June, July or August are entered to win an Apple iPad Pro.

Schedule your donation appointment now or call UBS at 601-264-0743.

*Must be 21 to win. Travel and lodging covered up to $6000, one winner will be chosen, no cash value. Visit www.UnitedBloodServices.org/NT  for a full list of rules and restrictions.

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