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Support AIDS Research And You Could Win Lunch With TNG’s LeVar Burton

Support AIDS Research And You Could Win Lunch With TNG's LeVar Burton
Support AIDS Research And You Could Win Lunch With TNG's LeVar Burton

If you could sit down for lunch with LeVar Burton, who played Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation and four feature films, what would you ask him?

By supporting LeVar’s cause, the AIDS Research Alliance on We-Care.com, you may win that opportunity.

Fans who create a We-Care.com account from now until January 9th, 2014 will automatically be entered to win lunch with the former TNG and Reading Rainbow star.

Travel to and from Los Angeles, where the meeting with Burton will take place, along with other expenses are not included. Odds of winning will be dependent on the number of entries.

Win lunch with LeVar Burton

For more information, visit We-Care.

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