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Goodwill Donations May Net Beyoncé Tickets

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A donation to Goodwill could lead to free tickets to see Beyoncé at Bridgestone Arena next weekend.

Goodwill was out in the parking lot of the Opry Mills Mall Saturday for their "Stuff the Truck" event. Donors got their names entered into a drawing for a pair of tickets to the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour in Nashville concert on July 13.

Those who were unable to make it out Saturday still have a chance to win.

"Folks couldn't make it out today to donate still do have one more chance to win a pair of Beyonce tickets," said Goodwill spokesperson Jamie Berry. "We're going to be doing something on social media. We ask the people go to Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee on Facebook and you'll get more details there."

Berry said winners will be notified Monday.

For more information, visit Facebook.com/giveit2goodwill

 

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