Charleston, WV (PRWEB) January 12, 2012
Remember The Miners, the non-profit organization dedicated to honoring coal miners and their legacy through public awareness campaigns and charitable contributions, is excited to announce a sweepstakes to win entrance to the Bob Huggins Tailgate Presented by Little General, held on January 17th at the Moose Lodge in Charleston.
The winner will receive a table at the event (seats 10), as well as three VIP passes. VIP ticket holders have admittance to the meet and greet with Coach Bob Huggins, Honorary Chairman of Remember The Miners, as well as access to the Smooth Ambler Spirits tasting room. The event will also feature West Virginia band Taylor Made, who will be playing live music during the event.
“Remember The Miners is an organization that came together through a grassroots movement by the hardworking people of the coal industry,” began Jason Parsons, President of Remember The Miners. “We’re so happy we have the opportunity to give back to those who made us strong for an event that honors the important work of America’s coal miners."
To enter the sweepstakes, click here, or access the Facebook page. The deadline to enter is January 16th at 5:00 PM EST.
The Charleston Moose Lodge is located at 2805 Kanawha Boulevard East in Charleston, WV.
About Little General Stores
Beckley, West Virginia-based Little General Store, owned by Greg Darby and Cory Beasley, operates 85 convenience stores and 15 freestanding restaurants. The company is a franchisee for 28 Subways, 15 Godfather's Pizzas, 11 Sam's Hot Dog Stands, seven Burger Kings, six Arbys, four Taco Bells, three Krispy Krunchy Chicken Stands, two Steak Escapes and the 79er Restaurant in Burnsville, West Virginia. For more information, see http://lgstores.com.
About Remember The Miners
Remember The Miners is a public awareness campaign that tells the story of America’s real source of energy: the coal miner. Our organization is committed to building valued partnerships to raise awareness through events, media, and our Remember The Miners Scholars Program. For more information, see http://remembertheminers.org.
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