Lake City Ford sponsors The Greatest Gift draw

The Greatest Gift helps the Salvation Army and lets donors in on draws for great prizes.

The public will have a chance to win one of several grand prizes by participating this week in The Greatest Gift program to raise donations for the Salvation Army’s Christmas Cheer program sponsored by Lake City Ford and The Rush radio.

Make a donation of non-perishable food items or cash to the Salvation Army at Lake City Ford and receive an entry form.

The draw date is this Saturday, Dec. 17 at 3 p.m.  The prizes to win include a dream family vacation; 50-inch flat screen television; a winter family getaway to the Hills; and one of several Lake City Ford gift certificates.

 

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