Baltimore’s 92 Q treats Columbia Donation Center to pizza party
COLUMBIA, Md. (March 21, 2017) – The Columbia Donation Center celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a pizza party thanks to Red Cross collection specialist Kesha Turner, who won lunch for the office from Baltimore’s 92 Q.
Baltimore’s 92 Q and the Ko Show treated the staff at the Columbia location to Ledo’s pizza and a live broadcast on Friday, March 17, 2017. https://92q.com/3902951/win-lunch-for-your-office/
“Thank you Kesha, for taking care of your co-workers and increasing awareness of what we do,” said Lisa Strayer, Fixed Site Collections Manager. “Our patients will also benefit from your win!”
In fact the entire Greater Chesapeake and Potomac region will benefit. In addition to the free lunch, the American Red Cross was profiled on 92 Q’s mid-day mix radio show.
“The Red Cross has a critical need for platelet and type O negative donors. The recent storm forced several area drives to cancel. As an added incentive, all presenting platelet donors will receive a $25 gift certificate from now until March 31st,” said Regina Boothe Bratton, External Communications Manager for the Red Cross.
The Columbia Donation Center is one of many Red Cross centers that collects blood, platelets and plasma to meet the needs of more than 2,600 hospitals in the U.S.
Eligible donors are urged to make an appointment at http://www.redcrossblood.org. Enter your zip code and find a drive or donation center near you. A single donation could save more than one life. If you cannot donate blood, join us and become a volunteer at http://www.redcrossblood.org/volunteer.
The Red Cross could not fulfill its lifesaving mission without its generous donors and volunteers.