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Prizes announced for inaugural Lupus Bowl

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Movie passes, Leafs tickets and the coveted Lupus Cup are up for grabs in the inaugural LSM Insurance / Lupus Ontario Bowling Night on February 7, 2014, an official confirmed to Wednesday via email.

The official confirmed that the top team will be rewarded $300 in gift cards for The Keg and movie passes will be awarded to the bowler with most consecutive strikes. The top bowler will receive Leafs tickets and there’s even a prize for last place which is still to be determined.

The minimum fee to bowl is $35--donated to Lupus Ontario and LSM will match the first $500 raised. “Of course, you can feel free to donate more,” the official added.

The event is being hosted at World Bowl located at 9 East Wilmot Street near Leslie and Highway 7 in Markham.

“We are humbled every day by the challenges of illnesses like Lupus working in the hard-to-insure market,” said LSM President Chantal Marr in a recent interview with during the event’s announcement.

Lupus is an autoimmune disease which attacks healthy tissue in the body affecting 1 in every 1,000 Canadians, Lupus Ontario says.



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