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Mayor Announces Winners of Phillies Tickets Raffle

This just in from the Mayor's press office:

Mayor Announces Winners of Phillies Tickets Raffle

This just in from the Mayor's press office:

MAYOR NUTTER ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES TICKET RAFFLE


Philadelphia, October 16, 2009 – Today Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced the nine winners of National League Championship Series tickets. More than 29,000 people participated in the raffle. The winners were chosen by randomly generating nine numbers, from 1 to 29,000 (the number of correct response received), using a random number generator. Emails were then assigned a number, based on the order in which they were received. Emails with the randomly generated numbers were then selected as the winner.

Mayor Nutter will distribute tickets to the winners today at 5pm at City Hall, Room 215.

Winners for Game Three:
Julia Jacob - Philadelphia, PA
Thommas Khamphoumy - Philadelphia, PA
Stephanie Sersen - Conshohocken, PA

Winners for Game Four:
Sabrina Skari - Philadelphia, PA
Linda Laszecki – Downingtown, PA
Jason Perri – Sicklerville, NJ

Winners for Game Five:
Ricardo Rivera - Philadelphia, PA
Tucker Smith - Wilmington, DE
Michael Dugan – Lumberton, NJ
 

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