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Welcome to 7UP TEN Giveaway!
 
Summer 2013 has the most concerts Tampa Bay has seen in years!  97X, 7UP TEN and Handy Food Stores want you to win a pair of tickets to TEN of this year’s Summer’s Hottest shows!  Register now to win a pair of tickets to TEN of this summer’s hottest concerts courtesy of 97X, 7UP TEN and Handy Food Stores.


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Mon, Jun 10 2013 12:00 AM - Mon, Jul 08 2013 9:00 AM
 
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