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VT Homecoming Court available for dates to benefit Relay for Life

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BLACKSBURG, VA -

Virginia Tech's Relay for Life will raise money through Donate for a Date tonight.

The 15 members of Virginia Tech's homecoming court are taking part. The person making the highest donation will win a free dinner with the homecoming candidate of his or her choice and a friend later this month at Bull & Bones Brewhaus in Blacksburg. The entire homecoming court, along with each of their friends and the donors will get a free dinner, provided by Bull & Bones on October 17.

Donate for a date is tonight at from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in Squires Commonwealth Ballroom. Doors open at 6:30 p.m..

It's $5 to get in and all money raised will go to Relay for Life.

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