Miami Children's Hospital Announces "So You Think You Can Dance" Finale Tickets Giveaway

MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Miami Children’s Hospital announced today that it plans to give away tickets, airfare and accommodations for two to the finale of “So You Think You Can Dance” in Los Angeles, Calif. To enter to win, SYTYCD finale hopefuls simply need to "LIKE" the Miami Children’s Hospital Facebook page.

The show finale will be broadcast live on Aug. 10-11, 2011 on FOX. The hospital will announce the giveaway winner on Aug. 1 on Miami Children’s Fan Page Wall. Facebook users will have until that date (Aug. 1) to "LIKE" the hospital's Facebook page and still be eligible to win SYTYCD finale tickets. Miami Children’s Hospital Facebook page members must be logged in to see the result. Current “LIKEers” have already been included in the giveaway. Miami Children’s aims to utilize the Facebook promotion to encourage parents and children to "dance their way to better health!"

Miami Children's Hospital is South Florida’s only licensed specialty health system exclusively for children. The hospital employs more than 650 attending physicians and more than 130 pediatric sub-specialists. Miami Children’s is the only hospital in Florida nationally ranked in all 10 pediatric subspecialty categories surveyed by U.S. News and World Report in its 2011-12 “Best Children’s Hospital” rankings. For more information visit Miami Children's Hospital Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/MiamiChildrensHospital or Miami Children's website http://www.mch.com/



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