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Florida trip up for grabs

May 21, 2003

The Campus Campaign committee is determined to give away a Florida vacation, so members have decided they will choose a lucky winner, regardless of the level of participation.

"Originally, we said we were going to wait until we reached 100 percent participation to give away the trip," says Heather Legg, co-chair of the Peay Pride Campus Campaign. "But it's important to reward those who have given."
May 21, 2003

The Campus Campaign committee is determined to give away a Florida vacation, so members have decided they will choose a lucky winner, regardless of the level of participation.

"Originally, we said we were going to wait until we reached 100 percent participation to give away the trip," says Heather Legg, co-chair of the Peay Pride Campus Campaign. "But it's important to reward those who have given."

The staff of University Advancement set out to reach a goal of 100 percent participation on the part of faculty and staff. So far, the meter has reached 30 percent. The committee's decision does not mean members will settle for limited contributions, however.

"We're still striving for that 100 percent mark," Legg said.

Gifts can be any amount, even $1, if that's all the donor can spare, and they can be designated for a specific purpose, such as a certain sport, a departmental scholarship or discretionary fund, or faculty/staff development.

Regardless of the purpose of the gift, the donor's name will be among those from which a winner will be chosen for a week-long stay in a Florida condo.

To be eligible for the trip, complete a pledge card, which can be found at http://www.apsu.edu/development/campuscampaign.htm. Or send your check to the University Advancement Office in Browning 216. If you have questions about the campaign, call Legg at 6357.