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Prepare for the Zombie Invasion: Donate Blood to the Red Cross
The much celebrated co-op zombie-killing franchise Resident Evil has a new installment releasing this month, and to celebrate RE5 developer Capcom is teaming up with the American Red Cross to organize a blood drive at World of Wonder in Hollywood. On March 13th from 11-5 pm, fans of the game can trek over to WoW for the event, and those who donate some blood will receive special edition collectibles as well as a chance to win a copy of the game and even a customized Xbox 360.
Drop-ins are welcome, but to ensure that good karma will come your way, be sure to register beforehand, and include your name, gender, blood type, and appointment time. World of Wonder is located at 6650 Hollywood Blvd. at Cherokee.
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