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Free Mets Tickets on Offer for Participants in Upcoming Sunnyside Blood Drive

Blood Drive to take place on 46th Street between Queens Boulevard and Greenpoint Avenue

July 30, 2019 By Max Murray

The New York Blood Center is giving out free Mets tickets to those who participate in a blood drive in Sunnyside next week.

On Tuesday, Aug. 6 between 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. the New York Blood Center will be holding a blood drive on 46th Street between Queens Boulevard and Greenpoint Avenue.

In order to donate participants must:
• Bring their blood donor card or valid ID with photo or signature.
• Be between 16–75
• Be a minimum weight of 110 lbs.
• Eat well & drink fluids before donating.
• Have not received tattoos in the past 12 months.

For questions concerning medical eligibility call 1-800-688-0900.

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Wow… That’s a lot of Thumbs Down for a Good Cause.
But Haters will Always be Haters!
Hope none of you, Ever Need Blood in an Emergency!!
Fortunately, there are Still lots of Good People in Sunnyside/Woodside!
People were lined up for the Whole Day to Donate Blood. And some didn’t even know about the Free Mets Tickets, and it didn’t matter, because they were there for the Right Reason!

Love from Sunnyside

It’s Ok, when people don’t like the same team.
But we should come together for a common good.
At least donate Blood, when ever you can. Not all this Negative rhetoic.
We should be Embassadors for our community and our City.
I’m Embarrassed.


At Least the Mets Organization are Asking People to Donate Blood to Save Lives with the New York Blood Bank Center!
When have any of you EVER Saved a Life??


Which is more unpleasant — a needle in your arm or sitting through a Mets game? At least the needle pain only lasts a few seconds.


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