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2/10/05

UBS & 99.5 Offer Chance To Win Guitar Signed By George Strait

United Blood Services is hoping your generosity comes 'Strait From the Heart.' UBS says all blood types are on short supply, but what they need most is O negative.

On Thursday through Saturday UBS and 99.5 The Bear will co-sponsor the 'Strait From the Heart' blood drive. All donors will receive a t-shirt, valentines chocolates, and a chance to win a guitar autographed by country star, George Strait.

To donate, just stop by UBS at 48th and University or call (806) 741-1752 to make an appointment.

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