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Help Coach Miller raise money for his favorite charity

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucsonans have a chance to help U of A Basketball coach Sean Miller raise money for his favorite charity.

Infiniti is hosting its Coaches Charity Challenge - with 48 of the top college basketball coaches hoping to raise money for their favorite charity.  The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona was chosen by Miller as his charity.

The contest works by fans voting for their coaches on a daily basis, from January 6 to March 16.  Arizona voters can spread the word by using the hash tag - #Vote4Miller.  The 24 coaches with the most votes by 9:59 a.m. on January 26 will advance to round two.   Voting takes place at www.espn.com/infiniti.

Second round begins with 24 coaches (each winning $7500 for their charity); third round with 16 coaches (earning $10,000 for their charity); and 4 to the final round (earning $15,000) for their charity.  Those who do not advance to the second round will receive $1,000 for their charity; the overall winner will receive $100,000 for their charity. 

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