Kentucky Takes Slim Lead On Opening Day Of 'Big Blue Crush'

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 11/18/2013 9:55 pm
Kentucky took a slim lead over Tennessee after the first day of the 26th annual Big Blue Crush blood drive.

The opening day tally:
  • Kentucky    696
  • Tennessee  695
Blood donors this week receive a long-sleeve Big Blue Crush T-shirt and a coupon for a McDonald's McCafe beverage.

Monday and Tuesday, donors are eligible to win a pair of tickets to the Kentucky-Tennessee football game on Saturday, November 30th at Commonwealth Stadium.

Big Blue Crush helps ensure a sufficient blood supply for Kentucky patients during the Thanksgiving holiday and into December.

The overall record between the Kentucky Blood Center (KBC) and Medic Regional Blood Center in Knoxville is 12-12-1.

To find a Big Blue Crush donation location or to schedule an appointment, call toll-free 1-800-775-2522 or click here.
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