Acknowledgements

May the Flamingo Dreams bring you luck!

Thank you for completing the City Hunter Sweepstakes survey.

Register to be a bone marrow donor here

Order the City Hunter DVD Boxset from YA Entertainment at  Amazon or Right Stuf.

Watch City Hunter on demand at DramaFever.

Read the episode recaps and commentary at Dramabeans.

Winners will be notified around  January 23, 2012. They must provide their mailing address as the prize will be sent directly from YA Entertainment.

Participation in the Sweepstakes constitutes entrants full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these Official Rules and the decisions of the Sponsor, which are final and binding. Winning a prize is contingent upon being compliant with these Official Rules and fulfilling all other requirements set forth.

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9 Responses to “Acknowledgements”
  1. Wow! How happy am I to see that the name I christened LMH’s pink pants, “FLAMINGO DREAMS” has found a life of it’s own in your CH pic!!

    Seriously, it’s nice to see such as good cause using the CH tie-in! :)

    • Emily Avera says:

      Cynthia, I loved the Flamingo Dreams moniker, which I’ll admit I poached from the Dramabeans fan community. Thanks for letting us use it as talisman for sweepstakes entrants!

  2. C O'Brien says:

    This is a very cool idea. I like the way pop culture is being utilised to educate and draw people in. PLUS – always nice to see *City Hunter* refs in particular – KDrama of 2011, IMHO.

    While I am outside the US and so don’t qualify for the sweep, I have taken the survey and will certainly look around for local information on these issues.

    • Emily Avera says:

      Thank you so much for taking the time to fill out the survey. Every person who takes the time to learn more about donation is already making a difference! Here’s more information on the New Zealand registry: http://www.bonemarrow.org.nz/

      My cousin lives in NZ, so I wish we could extend the prize love to Kiwis too. Would love to visit. Maybe you guys can lobby the registry to do their own sweepstakes…

  3. koreamom says:

    i loved city hunter and i am happy they are using their drama as an education tool too. being a donor saves lives! correct information needs to get out to the general public and what better way to do that then through the media sources like dramas. many will be introduced to or learn more about it in this way and through city hunter.

  4. grace, the one from Jersey, USA says:

    A number of years ago, there was a local newspaper article
    about a young mother of three, who needed numerous blood
    transfusions because of an illness. They needed “A Positive”
    blood especially, for her. I already knew that that’s what I have,
    so I was able to donate directly for her. I’ve donated during
    several blood donation drives since then……………

  5. Dario says:

    Posted on Do you plpeoe have a facebook fan page? I looked for one on twitter but could not discover one, I would really like to become a fan!

  6. Emily Avera says:

    You can like the facebook page via the sidebar on this blog. our twitter handle is @TransplantInfor

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