Li­brar y card could be ticket to the 2018 Mi­ami Open tour­na­ment

South Florida Times - - METRO - Staff Re­port

MI­AMI— An in­no­va­tive new ini­tia­tive will al­low a few lucky li­brary card hold­ers to en­joy the 2018 Mi­ami Open ten­nis tour­na­ment at the Cran­don Park Ten­nis Cen­ter in Key Bis­cayne. Your Mi­ami-Dade Pub­lic Li­brary Sys­tem card can be your free ticket to the an­nual sport­ing event that runs from Tues­day, March 20 through Tues­day, March 27.

To en­ter, sim­ply sign up for an MDPLS li­brary card or, if you’re al­ready a li­brary card holder, re­new or up­date your ex­ist­ing ac­count and you’ll au­to­mat­i­cally be en­tered to win one of 15 sets of four tick­ets and a VIP park­ing pass for the day­time matches on Fri­day, March 30.

“As a be­liever in the im­por­tance of li­braries, I am happy to part­ner with the Friends of the Mi­ami-Dade Pub­lic Li­brary and the Mi­ami-Dade Pub­lic Li­brary Sys­tem in pro­mot­ing lit­er­acy and li­brary ser­vices to our res­i­dents,” said Com­mis­sioner Martinez, who do­nated the tick­ets to the Friends of the Mi­ami-Dade Pub­lic Li­brary.

An ad­di­tional set of two tick­ets and a VIP park­ing pass will also be given away. Win­ners will be ran­domly se­lected through a draw­ing on Wed­nes­day, March 28 and no­ti­fied by email or phone. To get a li­brary card, sign up on­line at ecard.mdpls.org or visit any of the 50 MDPLS lo­ca­tions. Kids un­der the age of 16 need a par­ent or guardian’s au­tho­riza­tion to ob­tain a li­brary card.

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Mi­ami-Dade li­brary card

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