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Donate blood and get registered to win $100 mall gift card

TYLER, TX -  Trinity Mother Frances and Carter Bloodcare are teaming up to give people an incentive to give blood at Thursday's blood drive.

Blood levels are low in Tyler and the Blood Center needs your help in replenishing the supply.

The Carter BloodCare bloodmobile will be in the Trinity Mother Clinic-Douglas parking lot, located at 520 Douglas, on Thursday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All who come by and give blood will be entered into one of two drawings.

Those who donate between 8 am and noon, will be registered for a $100 mall gift card, good at all participating Simon Property malls.

Those donating between noon and 4 pm, will be registered for a $100 Brookshire's/Super One gift card.

This drive is open to everyone, employees and the public, so, bring your family and friends!

Every donor will receive a T-shirt and everyone will be registered for Carter BloodCare's Grand Prize contest for a pair of suite tickets to the February 7, 2011 Dallas Maverick's game against the Cleveland Caveliers.

You can give blood if you:
Haven't donated in the last 8 weeks
Are 17 or older
Feeling Well
Have Eaten in the previous four hours
Have a valid I.D.

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