Limited-Time Offer to Ride on the Goodyear Blimp

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Only two weeks left. You can’t buy a ride on the blimp. The only way to enjoy this aerial excursion aboard The Goodyear Blimp “Spirit of America” for four is to buy your ticket today. For just $20 you will receive an opportunity to win this once-in-a-lifetime trip and support a cause in need of your help—fight against lupus. Did you know this disease affects MORE people than AIDS, Cystic Fibrosis, Sickle Cell Anemia, Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy combined.

One ticket can make you a winner and give hope to the hundreds of thousand Southern Californians suffering from this disease. The winner will be drawn, Saturday, November 5, 2005 at the NHRA World Finals in Pomona, Ca. You do not need to be present.

Here are your chances: 1 ticket costs $20, for $100 you can have 6 tickets (2 extra chances) and for $500 you will have 32 tickets (that’s 7 more chances to win!). To purchase tickets, or for more information go to . Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!

The Blodgett Family is one of the West Coast’s most successful drag racing teams with over 100 event victories including three NHRA National Event wins. They have dedicated their 2005 racing season to raising awareness for lupus. The Blodgett Family is capitalizing on their high visibility in the drag racing community to raise awareness for Lupus and at the same time raise money for Lupus International. With the help of the Rotary Club of Carson-Gardena-Dominguez and Goodyear Airship Operations, the Blodgett's have teamed up with Lupus International to offer a lucky Lupus International supporter a ride for four people on the Goodyear Blimp Spirit of America.

Winner must be declared by December 1, 2005, trip can be taken during 2006 and is subject to the terms and conditions set by Goodyear Airship Operations Spirit of America. For more information about the Blodgett’s go to

Lupus International, a 501©3 non-profit organization, dedicated to eradicate lupus by supporting lupus research, alleviating suffering for lupus patients through patient services and effecting early detection of undiagnosed cases through awareness promotion. For more than twenty years they have provided thousands of people with educational and supportive services. For more information about Lupus International go to


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