Hoxworth and Goldstar Chili team up for blood drive - Cincinnati News, Weather, Sports from FOX19 NOW-WXIX

Give blood, eat chili

(FOX19) -

Be a chili eating, blood giving, life-saving rockstar Monday morning… Cincinnati style.

Goldstar Chili is giving away a free cheese coney and a t-shirt to individuals who give blood.

A Hoxworth donor bus will be on hand Monday morning on Fountain Square. Donors can make an appointment to give blood between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Every donor will receive a free shirt and cheese coney from Gold Star Chili. Double red donors will receive a coupon for a free Double-Decker Sandwich. Platelet Donors get a coupon for a free 3-Way.

The Tour will include 43 drives or "stops" at twenty-seven Gold Star locations and sixteen Hoxworth Neighborhood Donor Centers. For a complete list of tour dates and locations check out Hoxworth's website

To make an appointment, cal 513-451-0910.

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