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Win A 2010 Ford Mustang

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HUDSON (KWWL)

Is there anyone who wouldn't want to own a new, 2010 Ford Mustang--for just $ 20.00? Doubtful. But, thanks to the ambitious efforts of the very active Hudson Athletic Booster Club, someone is going to win that 2010 Torch Red Mustang for a mere $ 20.00 investment.

Yes, the Hudson Athletic Boosters have begun another major project. ‘Light Up Hudson's Summer Nights' is the name of the group's latest fundraising effort, which will try to raise some $ 50,000 for the Hudson Athletic Boosters newest facilities-improvement venture.

The goal is to raise enough money to fund new lights for the Hudson High School softball and baseball diamonds, and renovate the old softball dugouts.

To make this happen, the Hudson Athletic Booster Club will be selling raffle tickets for $ 20.00. A ticket makes you eligible for the raffle drawing, which will be held on December 15, 2009. You need not be present to win the Grand Prize of the 2010 Ford Mustang.

The lucky winner can decide to keep the 2010 Ford Mustang, or take a cash option of $ 15,000. The winner will be responsible for paying all taxes, license, title and any other associated fees.

The Torch Red 2010 Mustang is at Bill Colwell Ford in Hudson.  http://www.billcolwellford.com/

It has a 4.0L V6 engine, with a 5-speed, automatic transmission. It has charcoal black bucket seats and the popular Ford Sport Appearance Package, with rear spoiler.

Raffle tickets for the 2010 Ford Mustang are on sale right now, through December 15, at Bill Colwell Ford and Tom Petersen's Petersen Hudson Hardward Plumbing and Heating. The well known Cedar Valley plumbing and heating business is located at 520 Main Street in Hudson. (319) 988-3231.

For more information on the ‘Light Up Hudson's Summer Night's fundraising and raffle event, please contact Joanne Hawkins at 319-493-1009, or Trent Goodnight, at 319-230-1814. The Hudson Athletic Boosters are also accepting cash donations to their newest endeavor.

Online reporter:  Ron Steele

rsteele@kwwl.com

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