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Want Free UK Tickets? Take a Rupp Arena Survey

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/06 7:34 pm
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray announced Monday that as a way to entice more people to take the Rupp District fan experience survey, he's giving away two tickets to the UK men's basketball game against Mississippi State.

It's also a way of saying "thank you" to everyone who's already participated.

Survey responses finished before 8 am on Wednesday will be entered into a random drawing for the Mayor's lower-level tickets.

One lucky winner will be contacted via email by 10 am Wednesday.

More than 4,000 responses have been collected since the survey began January 2.

Gray said the survey is a way to hear from the public about the changes they'd like to see take place in the arena.

The survey can be taken at ruppdistrict.com. Responses must include a valid email address.
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