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St. Jude: Purchase A Ticket To Win A Dream Home, Help Save A Life

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A dream home could be reality with the purchase of a single ticket.

Tickets for the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway went on sale Thursday. The 10th-annual giveaway raises money for the treatment of childhood cancers at the state-of-the-art facility located in Memphis, Tenn.

Jennifer Perez of Visalia was the first person to purchase a ticket Thursday morning.

Tickets can be purchased at all Fresno County Federal Credit Union branches, Fresno Coin Gallery and De Young Model Home Centers or by calling (800) 543-5887 for $100.

This year's home will be located in the CountryCourt community in Clovis and is valued at  $425,000. The 3,300-square foot home will feature four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a three-car garage and stainless steel appliances. 

Other prizes include Laker tickets, a luxury suit at a 2014 Fresno Grizzlies game and a Samsung 51-inch flat panel 3D TV and entertainment system courtesy of LinkUs.

A limited number of $100 tickets will be available to win the home. The Giveaway benefits St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Other sponsors include KMPH FOX 26, 106.7 KJUG Country, Univision Radio, The Fresno Bee, Business Street Online, Ashley Furniture HomeStore, Fresno County Federal Credit Union, Fresno Coin Gallery, Alpha Delta Kappa, Epsilon Sigma Alpha and national sponsors Shaw Floors and Brizo.

For more information visit www.dreamhome.org or click here.

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