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25th Annual Rock and Roll Up Your Sleeve Blood Drive sponsored by FM99

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25th Annual Rock and Roll Up Your Sleeve Blood Drive sponsored by FM99

Time: July 20, 2012 at 7am to July 21, 2012 at 7pm
Location: Hampton Roads
Event Type: blood drive
Organized By: VBnightlife.com / VBdaylife.com / norfolkNightlife.com
Latest Activity: Jul 20, 2012

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25th Annual Rock and Roll Up Your Sleeve Blood Drive

FM99 is proud to team up again this summer with the American Red Cross for our 25th Annual Rock and Roll Up Your Sleeve Blood Drive!

Blood supplies are dangerously low during the summer months, which is why each July YOU come out in record numbers and help make this the largest blood drive in the region!

This year is no different, so it's time to drain your vein! This year's times and locations are:

Thursday (7/19), 7a-7p: Patrick Henry Mall, Newport News

Friday (7/20), 7a-7p: Pembroke Mall, Virginia Beach

Saturday (7/21), 7a-7p: Chesapeake Square Mall, Chesapeake

Everyone who donates will get a free FM99 Rock and Roll Up Your Sleeve Blood Drive t-shirt!

To donate, you must be at least 16 years old (with parental consent), weigh 110 pounds, and be in generally good health. Click here if you have questions about donating blood.

Special Thanks to our sponsor: Williams DeLoatche, P.C.

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