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May 27, 2003

Valdosta-- Imagine sitting in a car with three strangers for two weeks!

That's what four South Georgians are doing to try to win a car in a Hot-102.7 radio station contest. They only get a 5-minute break every two hours. The last person sitting gets to take home the Kia Sophia they've made their home in for two weeks.

"I'm going to just keep focused on winning the car," said contestant Crystal Riddle. "I'm the last one."

Each person has a jar that people can come put donations in. If more than one person is left at the end of two weeks, whoever has the most money for their charity wins the car.

posted at 5:30PM by dave.miller@walb.com

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