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Two weeks until lock up

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The countdown is on, with just 16 days until the LAFM King Pins get locked up for the Tasmanian Whitelion Bail Out.

The event allows participants to step into the shoes of Tasmania’s disadvantaged youth, while raising funds for the great cause.

Joining Fairsy this morning for his Big Breakfast, State Manager of Whitelion Tasmania, Barb Walters reveals she’s confident Tasmania can raise the most funds of the country for another year.

To help the LAFM King Pins reach our bail fundraising goal of $10,000, you can donate here, or come along to our 80’s Party this Saturday - get tickets here!

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