Win 4 Tickets to See Mizzou Beat Syracuse in Columbia!

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 On Nov. 17, the University of Missouri Tigers play Syracuse in a football game in Columbia. Do you have tickets to the game?

You might.

Missouri Press Foundation will give away four — yes 4 — great tickets to the game in a drawing of all pledge forms received for the new Foundation Builders campaign, now under way. Pledge forms were mailed last week to all Missouri newspapers and friends of the Foundation.

The deadline to fax or mail your newspaper or individual pledge to be included in the football ticket drawing is Friday, Nov. 9 at 5 p.m.

The Foundation Builders Drive will continue through Dec. 31, when we’ll have another drawing for a Foundation Builders Bucket. ALL pledges received will be entered into this second drawing that includes a smorgasbord of fun in Columbia — hotel, dining, entertainment, an autographed Mizzou Tigers football, food, goodies and much more. This bucket is huge and we’ll keep filling it until we give it away in early January.

Missouri Press Foundation needs your support. These incentives are a fun way to encourage everyone to get involved. Please take time to complete your pledge card and return it to MPF today. If you can’t locate the forms we mailed, click on the following links: (letter)  MPF_2013_Foundation_Builders_Letter.pdf and (pledge form) Foundation_Builders_Form_13(2)_2.pdf.

Your Missouri Press Foundation is making a difference in Missouri newspaper journalism and we are grateful for your support.

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