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Big Blue Crush

November 13 - November 17

Big Blue Crush 2017

Kentucky donors: Prove you Bleed Blue!

Save a life, and show your Wildcat pride during the 30th annual Big Blue Crush. Donate blood Nov. 13-17 to help Kentucky notch another win over Tennessee in the annual Big Blue Crush blood battle.

Monday and Tuesday donors will be entered to win 1 of 30 $30 gift cards. All donors will receive a commemorative Big Blue Crush long-sleeve T-shirt and a chance to win tickets to the UK vs. Louisville football game.

KBC’s five donor centers will be open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. during Crush. Call 800-775-2522 x3758 to find a Crush blood drive or schedule an appointment.

If you joined the Bleed Blue Donor Club earlier this year, your Crush donation will put you just one donation closer to receiving a KBC Tervis tumbler. Get it during Big Blue Slam.

Big Blue Crush Blood Drives

CLICK HERE FOR UK CAMPUS BLOOD DRIVES

Monday
Fleming County Community
Mercer County High School

Tuesday
McCreary County Community
Morgan County High School

Thursday
Cabinet for Health & Family Services: Bus 1  |  Bus 2
Lincoln County Community
Casey County Community
South Fork Creek Community

Friday

Lee County ATC – Bus 1  |  Bus 2
Personnel Cabinet


University of Kentucky Crush Drives

Monday

Funkhouser (Bloodmobile) 10 am – 4 pm
Singletary Center 10 am–6 pm

DanceBlue CCO UK University of Kentucky blood drive
Campus blood drives sponsored by UK Center for Community Outreach and DanceBlue Dance Marathon

Tuesday

Gatton College of Business & Economics 10 am–4 pm
Chem./Phys. Building Rm. 114 10 am–4 pm
Singletary Center 10 am–6 pm

Wednesday

Funkhouser (Bloodmobile) 10 am – 4 pm
Singletary Center 10 am–6 pm

Thursday

UK Medical Center 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Singletary Center 10 am–6 pm
Johnson Center 1–7 pm

Friday

UK Medical Center 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Singletary Center 10 am–4:30 pm

 

About Big Blue Crush

The 2017 Big Blue Crush will mark the 30th edition of this friendly competition between the blood donors of Kentucky and Tennessee. The Commonwealth holds an overall Crush lead of 16-12 with one tie and has won the past seven consecutive blood battles. It’s a fun tradition, but most importantly, Crush donations help ensure enough blood is on the shelves for the thousands of Kentucky and Tennessee patients who will require transfusions during the holiday season.

Details

Start:
November 13
End:
November 17