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2013 Falls Fast & Furious!

Leadership Wichita Falls' Class of 2013 presents "2013 Falls Fast and Furious!" The project benefits Whispers of Hope Horse Farm.

The fundraiser will be held Saturday, October 19 at the Wellington in Wichita Falls. A cash bar and drawing begins at 5 p.m. Hors d'oeuvres will be served at 6 p.m.

The event includes a $100 ticket elimination drawing. Not only does a ticket entitle the holder and one guest admission to the event October 19, it also gives ticket holders a chance to win some great prizes (those who purchase tickets need not be present to win)! Holders of the last ten tickets drawn may auction their ticket to the highest bidder, if present.

The winning ticket holder will have a choice of claiming a:

- 2013 Nissan Altima Sedan 2.5 SL
- 2013 FLSTF Fatboy with gear and motorcycle class package
- 2013 Ford F150 ST, or
- Kubota RTV1100CRXL with Zero Turning Radius Mower and Trailer (ticket includes tax, title, and license).

The runner-up wins a flat screen TV! Hurry and purchase your ticket... Only 750 tickets will be sold!

People can pick up tickets at the locations listed below:

- Berend Turf & Tractor (Seymour Highway)

- All American Car Wash (Southwest Parkway)

- Nissan of Wichita Falls (Kell Freeway)

- Reneau Rehab Clinic (Kemp Boulevard & Kell Freeway)

- Red River Harley Davidson (U.S. 287)

- Whispers of Hope (Parkhill Drive)

Daniel Nix and Debbi Walters, representatives for Leadership Wichita Falls, were guests on Newschannel 6 at Noon Thursday to promote the event. To learn more about the cause and to find out how to purchase a ticket, play the video above.

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