Blood donor wins new car

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OKLAHOMA CITY — It was an exciting evening at Remington Park as five finalists from the Bob Moore Blood Drive Car Giveaway were handed keys to start a new KIA Soul.

NewsChannel 4’s Lance West was on-hand to help host this exciting event.

Victor Kilpatrick of Hominy was the only lucky winner who had the real set of keys to start the KIA Soul.

The Bob Moore Blood Drive and Car Giveaway is held every year in association with the Bob Moore Auto Group, the Oklahoma Blood Institute and News Channel 4.

“It’s been 15 years since the Bob Moore Auto Group has been involved with the Oklahoma Blood Institute and how fun and how exciting to be out here to give a car away,” said Megan Moore, representing Bob Moore Auto Group.

NewsChannel 4’s Lance West added, “And what a great relationship. Over the years, 200,000 people have donated blood and some 600,000 thousand lives have been saved as a result of that. So really, Oklahoma is the winner tonight.”

Victor Kilpatrick summed up his excitement about winning the new KIA Soul in one word, “Awesome!”

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