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Hamilton Co. residents have chance to win suite seats at GABP

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Hamilton County residents are being offered an opportunity to see the Reds from the County's suite at Great American Ball Park during the upcoming 2009 season.

Applicants can register on-line at www.HamiltonCountyOhio.gov or by sending a postcard entry including the Hamilton County resident's name, address and phone number to:

                        Reds Drawings

                        c/o Hamilton County Board of Commissioners

                        138 East Court Street, Room 603

                        Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

Hamilton County will provide its suite at Great American Ball Park for use by Reds fans selected through random drawings. The county's suite will accommodate ten people for each game, allowing five individual winners and his/her guest to attend the game. The county will hold monthly drawings throughout the season. Winners will be provided food and soft drinks while in the county's suite.

Last year, the drawing generated over 10,000 entries from Hamilton County citizens.

In addition to this opportunity for residents selected through random drawings, the suite at Great American Ball Park will be used by groups such as foster families, county volunteers, the county's Employees of the Year, and volunteer instructors in the county's employee training program.

The drawing for April games will take place on Wednesday, March 18, 2009 immediately following the Commissioners' public meeting.

The drawing is open to Hamilton County residents only. One entry per resident is accepted. Winners must respond within 48 hours following the drawing.

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