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CONTEST: Win A Pair Of Tickets To PCRM's 'Opening The Doors To Compassion' Event

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Have you ever been like, “Man, I’d really love to hang out with Alec Baldwin at a super cool summer party in the Hamptons”? Well, now is your big chance.

We’re excited to be giving away 3 sets of tickets (6 tickets in all) for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine’s “Opening the Doors to Compassion” event in Sag Harbor, NY — just a two hour drive from NYC.

The event will take place at the Dorothy Frankel Gallery and Sculpture Garden on Saturday, August 7th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and feature PCRM president Neal Barnard, director of public and government affairs Elizabeth Kucinich, and, yes, special guest Alec Baldwin.

The event is completely sold out, but we got our hands on 6 tickets and want to give them to YOU.

Here’s how to win: Simply leave a comment below and tell us why you want to attend. We’ll randomly select 3 winners by 5 p.m. (EST) on Wednesday, August 4th, and hook you up with a pair of tickets.

Because, I mean is there really anything better than partying with Alec, Ecorazzi and PCRM in the Hamptons? We didn’t think so!

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