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MCCS Offers a Chance to Attend Super Bowl XLV


Release Date: 9/28/2010

Click to download pdf flyerThis fall, clubs and restaurants across the Corps will be sponsoring the MCCS Football Bash in an effort to get Marines into MCCS facilities for a little fun, camaraderie, and football. From October 8 to December 2, any time you patronize an MCCS Club or Restaurant, you will be eligible to enter into a raffle for a chance to win the Grand Prize - a five day/four night, all expense paid trip for two to Arlington, Texas to attend Super Bowl XLV, valued at over $7,500. The Grand Prize winner will also receive $500 spending money. The Second Place Prize will be $1,000 and merchandise, and the Third Place Prize will be $500 and merchandise.

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Each installation will consolidate entries and hold a drawing for installation first, second and third place winners on Dec.3, 2010. These winners will receive MCCS gift certificates and merchandise. The installation First Place Winner will be entered in the drawing for the top three prizes, including the Grand Prize trip to Super Bowl XLV. The Grand Prize Drawing will he held on Dec. 10, 2010, at HQMC, Personnel and Family Readiness Division, aboard MCB Quantico, VA.

Authorized patrons can obtain entry forms at Officers', Staff NCO, Enlisted, or Consolidated Clubs, and MCCS operated base restaurants. On bases that do not have an enlisted club, entry tickets will be available in the recreational center where enlisted personnel gather. It is the responsibility of the patron to completely and legibly complete and return entry tickets in time for the drawing. Illegible or incomplete entries and those submitted by unauthorized patrons are null and void. No purchase is necessary to enter in the contest and prizes are not redeemable for cash.

Official event sponsors include Anheuser-Busch, AT&T, Mrs. T's, Outback Steakhouse, Pepsi Max, and T-Mobile. If you have questions, contact your local MCCS Club or Restaurant manager.

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