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January 13, 2014

Golfers: Win a trip to the 2014 Masters

The American Red Cross of Northeast Massachusetts is selecting the winner of the Masters Package drawing during its open house next week in Peabody.

The local Red Cross chapter has offered 300 tickets for the drawing, and only a few are still available for purchase.

Each ticket, which costs $100, includes one chance to win an all-expense-paid trip for two to the final rounds of the 2014 Masters golf tournament April 11 through 14 in Augusta, Ga., a value of $15,000, said American Red Cross of Northeast Massachusetts Executive Director Frederica Doeringer.

“People can’t get this trip even if they’re willing to pay a lot of money, because tickets to the Masters are all sold out,” Doeringer said.

The drawing is held in conjunction with last September’s 16th annual Golf Classic in Ipswich, and proceeds from the drawing’s ticket sales and golf tournament support Red Cross disaster relief efforts for the citizens of Essex County.

“We’ve offered similar drawings in the past, but this is the very best package we’ve ever had,” Doeringer said.

The winner will be announced Wednesday, Jan. 22, during the Northeast chapter’s open house at 85 Lowell St., for volunteers, supporters, area fire and police chiefs, elected officials and interested members of the community.

Want a chance to win? Tickets cost $100 each, and only a limited number remain. Purchase one before Jan. 22 at www.redcross.org/ma/Peabody, 978-922-2224, or in person at 85 Lowell St., Peabody.

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