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Mayor Raffles World Series Tickets

Here are the rules in a press release from the mayor's office:

Mayor Raffles World Series Tickets

Here are the rules in a press release from the mayor's office:

Monday, October 26, 2009 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MAYOR NUTTER TO RAFFLE WORLD SERIES TICKETS

Philadelphia, October 26, 2009 – Today Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced a drawing for World Series tickets. Two pairs of tickets will be given to watch each of the upcoming home games.* Winners will be selected randomly from citizens who send an email to phillymayor@gmail.com by 5pm tomorrow, October 27th. Winners will be randomly selected from qualifying respondents.

“I want to give everyone an opportunity to watch the reigning World Champion Philadelphia win a second title,” said Mayor Nutter. “Send me an email, and you just might end up cheering for the Phils alongside me in the Mayor’s Box.”

Contest Rules:
Send an email to phillymayor@gmail.com by 5pm tomorrow, October 27th. In the body of the email, include your name, address and telephone number. Winners will be notified on Wednesday, October 28, 2009. This contest is open to both Philadelphia residents and nonresidents. City employees are ineligible for this drawing but are welcome to apply for tickets through the normal process by contacting their supervisor.

 


* Game 5 will only be played if necessary.

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