Buy a Chance to Win the Car of Your Dreams:
Tickets on Sale for the 2008 Mississippi Children's Home Services
DREAM CAR GIVEAWAY
Tickets are now on sale for the 2008 Mississippi Children's Home Services Dream Car Giveaway. On Saturday, August 2 at 6:30 p.m. at Gray-Daniels Ford in Brandon, Mississippi, one lucky person will drive away in the vehicle of his or her dreams. The grand prize winner will choose one vehicle out of twelve from the Gray-Daniels Auto Family.
Tickets are $100 each and are on sale at all Gray-Daniels Auto Family locations, online at www.mchscares.org, or by calling 1-800-447-9312. A limited number of tickets will be offered -- only 1,500 tickets will be available for this year's Dream Car Giveaway.
Grand prize is the winner's choice of one of the following:
The winner will be chosen live on WLBT TV 3, ClearChannel Radio Stations Q105.1 FM, MISS 103 FM, Hallelujah 95.5 FM and Z106 FM at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, August 2 at Gray-Daniels Ford in Brandon. The winning ticket will be drawn during a live 30-minute broadcast. Horne LLP will supervise the drawing, and the winner does not have to be present to win.
Other luxury prizes will also be drawn during the event. Promotional partners include WLBT TV3, ClearChannel Radio, Gray-Daniels Auto Family, VIP Jackson Magazine, and Lamar Advertising. Money raised from the event will support the agency's programs that help Mississippi children and youth with behavioral and social health issues, many who are victims of abuse and neglect, as well as programs that provide compassionate solutions for Mississippi families in need.
Established in 1912, Mississippi Children's Home Services served over 10,000 children, youth and families statewide in 2007 alone. Through its affiliates, Mississippi Children's Home Society and CARES Center, Inc., the agency offers an array of programs including adoption; psychiatric residential treatment; therapeutic group homes; foster care; children's shelters; special education; home-based services; family preservation services and peer prevention education.
Visit us online at www.mchscares.org to see how you can change the lives of Mississippi's most vulnerable children.