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2016 St. Jude Dream Home day-long ticket launch kicks off

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APISON, HAMILTON COUNTY (WRCB) -

UPDATE: Phone lines have just opened at WRCB News for the 2016 St. Jude Dream Home ticket launch.

Tickets can be purchased for just $100. Phone lines will be open throughout the day on March 22nd.

Call 1-800-750-6962, or visit Dreamhome.org, to purchase your ticket. There are only a limited number of available tickets.

For Georgia residents, you can not purchase tickets online, so you are urged to call by phone.

If you purchase a ticket between March 22nd and March 24th, you will be eligible to win a vacation to New Orleans, Myrtle Beach, or San Francisco, courtesy of U-S 101.

You must be 18 & older to participate in the ticket launch.  

All prizes will be given away at WRCB's giveaway show on Channel 3 on June 26.


PREVIOUS STORY: The 2016 St. Jude Dream Home is taking shape.

Ticket buyers have the chance to win a home worth approximately $500,000 and help St. Jude patients and their families. Each ticket costs $100.

This year’s home is located in the Prairie Pass subdivision off East Brainerd Road in Apison. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home and several other prizes will be given away on Sunday, June 26 during a special broadcast on Channel 3 beginning at noon.

Tune in to Channel 3 on Tuesday, March 22 for a day-long ticket launch. Tickets will be available online, by phone at 1-800-750-6962 or at Regions Bank locations in Tennessee. Georgia residents can purchase tickets at a Regions Bank location in Tennessee or by phone.

A limited number of tickets are available and the past two giveaways have sold out early.

Early ticket buyers will be eligible to win several additional prize drawings. Tickets purchased by March 24 will be eligible to win a vacation getaway that includes a hotel stay and entertainment tickets in either San Francisco, New Orleans or Myrtle Beach, S.C. courtesy of WUSY US-101. The prize also includes a $2,500 Visa gift card donated by Geoff Ramsey of Re/Max Properties.

The St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway is one of the largest single-event fundraisers for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis. It generates more than $290 million for the research and treatment of childhood cancer.

The proceeds from fundraisers like the Dream Home allow families to focus on their child’s treatment without having to worry about expenses. Families who receive care at St. Jude never receive a bill for treatment, travel, housing or food, so they can focus on helping their child recover.

Local sponsors of the 2016 Dream Home include WRCB Channel 3, G.T. Issa Construction, WUSY US-101, Signature Brokers LLC, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Regions Bank, Cochran Furniture Co. and national sponsors Brizo, Shaw Floors and Trane.

For more information about the giveaway, visit the Chattanooga Dream Home website

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