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Lakers/Heat tickets raffle help Guam hoops

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Guam Basketball Federation is raising funds for the organization through The Ultimate Fly-Away raffle where a lucky winner and a guest will travel to watch the LA Lakers take on the Miami Heat on December 25 in Los Angeles. Tickets are $20 each and are available at Scooter World in Tamuning.

"This raffle will be giving away a prize for two roundtrip tickets to Los Angeles for this Christmas season to watch the Los Angeles Lakers versus the Miami Heat square off at the Staples Center," said EJ Calvo with Mid-Pac.  "These are lower level seats accommodations and transportation all inclusive and this is the game you have to see. So come down to Scooter World in Tamuning and pick up your tickets. They are $20, we have a drop box at the counter and you can enter to win these tickets for the Lakers vs. Heat raffle."

The drawing will be on November 27 at the Agana Shopping Center, center court at 11am and you do not need to be present to win. Just fill out the information and if your lucky ticket is drawn you will be notified to pick up your prize and be on your way to LA next month. Proceeds from the raffle will go towards the Men's National Basketball Team as they prepare for the 2011 Pacific Games in New Caledonia.

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