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From left, Chris Kett, Chrysler Canada district manager, Keith Boyd, CancerCare Manitoba Foundation board member, and Steve Dennis, Prairie Chrysler Dealers Advertising Association.

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From left, Chris Kett, Chrysler Canada district manager, Keith Boyd, CancerCare Manitoba Foundation board member, and Steve Dennis, Prairie Chrysler Dealers Advertising Association.

One lucky diner will win a 2014 Jeep Wrangler Sport at the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation's, Gold Plated Evening on April 30 at RBC Winnipeg Convention Centre.

Manitoba Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep dealers have provided a brand-spanking new shiny blue Jeep Wrangler Sport hardtop exclusively for the event, and only attendees at the CancerCare dinner will be able to purchase raffle tickets.

One lucky ticket buyer will win the 2014 Jeep or have the option to select a $27,500 gift certificate that can be applied against the purchase of any 2014 Chrysler, Dodge, Ram or Jeep vehicle. Only 998 tickets have been printed. Individual tickets and a few corporate tables are still available for purchase through the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation. Tickets can be ordered online at www.cancercarefdn.mb.ca or by phone at 204-784-2777.

-- Paul Williamson

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 25, 2014 F7

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