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Donate to Port Richey Goodwill for chance to win Next Big Thing concert package


Donate to Goodwill, win concert package

Cleaning out your closet could pay off big at Goodwill's "Next Big Donation" contest this Saturday at the Port Richey store, 10447 U.S. 19. The person who drops off the most clothing, shoes and household items — by cumulative weight — at one of four Goodwill events this month will win two reserved seats at the 97X Next Big Thing music festival, a pair of Converse Chuck Taylor high-tops autographed by Next Big Thing musicians, and a meet and greet at the Dec. 6 concert at the Ford Amphitheatre with the musicians. The Port Richey Goodwill drop-off is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A similar donation drop-off was held in Brandon, and others are slated for Goodwill thrift stores in Oldsmar and St. Petersburg. For information call the Port Richey store at (727) 869-1680.

Donate to Port Richey Goodwill for chance to win Next Big Thing concert package 11/11/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 11, 2009 9:07pm]
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