‘The Bachelor’ Brad Womack To Attend Blood Drive
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WOODLAND HILLS (CBS) — Brad Womack, who is getting an unprecedented second chance as “The Bachelor” on the ABC dating series, is scheduled to attend a blood drive in Woodland Hills Saturday.
DeAnna Pappas, one of the final two bachelorettes Womack rejected during his first stint on the series, along with past bachelorettes Kypton Locke, Tenley Molzhan and series host Chris Harrison are scheduled to thank donors and encourage donations from 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the blood drive at the American Red Cross Blood Donor Center at 6338 Variel Ave.
The drive will be held from 7 a.m.-2 p.m. More information is available by calling (800) Red Cross or online by visiting:
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Anyone visiting the blood drive and meeting sweepstakes eligibility requirements will have the opportunity to enter a drawing, where the winner and a guest will receive an invitation and ground transportation to the Feb. 26, taping of the “Women Tell All” episode of “The Bachelor.”
The Woodland Hills drive marks the start of a month-long collaboration with “The Bachelor” to encourage blood donations during National Blood Donor Month.
Womack and several past bachelors and bachelorettes also are scheduled to visit blood drives in Dallas, Philadelphia and Chicago this month.
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