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BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - For the fifth year, Ramey Motors will be rewarding one lucky blood donor with a car during the annual 'Drive of the Week' campaign.

For 90 days, beginning in June, each donor who gives blood during the designated Ramey 'Drive of the Week' will be entered in the drawing for the grand prize -- a silver 2012 Chrysler 200 LX four-door sedan with just over 30,000 miles.

According to the Red Cross, someone is need of a blood donation every two seconds -- and just one pint of blood can save three lives.

Do your part to help someone in need -- and get the chance to win! Following is the list of Ramey-sponsored blood drives:

DATE LOCATION TIME
6/1 Mercer Mall, Bluefield 12-6
6/3 Princeton Health and Fitness Center 11-4
6/6 American Legion Post 68, Narrows VA 12-6
6/6 Bland St. United Methodist Church, Bluefield 12-6
6/7 Mercer Mall, Bluefield 12-5
6/8 Hometown Miracle Blood Drive, Hinton 10-5
6/12 Department of Social Services, Tazewell VA 10-3
6/13 Peterstown United Methodist Church 12-6
6/14 Mercer Mall, Bluefield 12-5
6/18 First Baptist Church, Oceana 1-6
6/18 Union Rescue Squad 10-4
6/24 Princeton Presbyterian Church 12-5
6/25 Cook Memorial Baptist Church, Pineville 12-6
6/28 Mercer Mall, Bluefield 12-5
7/5 Mercer Mall, Bluefield 12-5
7/6 Johnston Chapel Baptist Church, Princeton 9-1
7/9 Concord University, Athens 11-5
     
7/11 Ramey Automotive, Richlands 12-5
7/12 Mercer Mall, Bluefield 12-5
7/17 Russell County Conference Center, Lebanon VA 12-6
7/18 American Legion, Grundy VA 11-5
7/19 Mercer Mall, Bluefield 12-5
7/22 Church of Latter Day Saints, Pembroke VA 3-8
     
7/29 Ramey Chevrolet, Princeton 12-5
7/30 Ramey Chevrolet, Princeton 10-3
     
     
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