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“24 Hour Game Show Marathon” Returning for Second Run

Do you remember last year’s 24 Hour Game Show Marathon?  Original BuzzerBlogger Cory Anotado, PinPoint host Bob Hagh, and Chris Carrion stayed up for 24 hours straight hosting favorites from America and the United Kingdom on the radio and online for charity.  They raised $1,200 last year for the American Cancer Society in 2012, and they’re doing it again this year.  The trio will brave another 24 hours locked in the booth as they raise money for both the American Cancer Society and the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore.

Games this year include Deal or No DealThe PyramidCountdownMastermindBlockbusters, and more.  The full list will be available soon.  24 games, in total, will be played.  The event will take place Saturday, May 18th.  Check out the event’s Facebook page for up-to-the-minute information on games, how to donate, and ways to play.  I’d love to see them raise more than last year’s $1,200 and I’m hoping you all can make that happen.

Here’s a preview for the the marathon. Excited for it?

Source : 24 Hour Game Show Marathon

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