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"Love is a Battlefield" Contest

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Music can be inspirational, but even more inspirational are stories of those surviving breast cancer.

Music icon Pat Benatar is coming to the Covelli Centre on August 16th to begin Panerathon week and in conjunction with that we are celebrating breast cancer survivors with our "Love is a Battlefield" contest.

Are you a survivor, current patient, care giver, medical care giver, or family/friend touched by cancer? We are looking for courageous and inspirational stories of survival and endurance in lives of Valley residents for your chance to win a meet and greet and tickets to see Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo at Covelli Centre on August 16th for the start of Panerathon week!

Submit your inspirational story of 250 words or less to covellicontests@gmail.com or mail it to 229 E. Front Street, Youngstown, Ohio, 44503, Attn:  "Love is a Battlefield" contest.

Deadline to enter is Monday, July 8, 2013.  Three winners will receive the following... 

- Tickets to the show for you and a guest
- A meet and greet for the subject of the story submission
- $100 gift card to Panera Bread for the subject of the story submission
- Top 10 entries will win a $50 gift card to Panera Bread

Winners will be contacted on July 10th by the Panerathon "Love is a Battlefield" panel and must claim their prize within 24 hours or will forfeit their prize to an alternate winner. Winners will be given further instruction at that time on where to retrieve their prize.

Winners must be available between the hours of 5am-7am on Friday, July 12th for a tentative WFMJ Today appearance. Winners must also make themselves available for future media interviews as it pertains to the contest.

For a complete set of rules, send an e-mail to 21newsnow@wfmj.com.  Please put "Love is a Battlefield" contest rules in the subject line.

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