Dudley DeBosier Announces ‘Travel Like A Saint’ Sweepstakes, To Offer Free Lyft Rides Home From LSU Vs. Auburn Game

Chad Dudley, managing partner at Dudley DeBosier

BATON ROUGE – Dudley DeBosier, the Official Injury Lawyers of LSU Athletics and the New Orleans Saints, announced the 2017 Travel Like a Saint Sweepstakes.

         Saints fans can register online for a chance to win a trip to the fourth away game of the season in Green Bay, Wisconsin, on Oct. 22.

         The package includes airfare for two, hotel accommodations and two tickets to the game.

         Chad Dudley, managing partner at Dudley DeBosier said, “As the Official Injury Lawyers of the New Orleans Saints, we are proud to send two Saints fans on a trip to remember.”

         The deadline to register is Thursday, Oct. 12, at 11:59 p.m. (CST), and the winner will be announced on Dudley DeBosier’s social media channels on Friday, Oct. 13, by 5:00 p.m. (CST).

         Saints fans can register and receive more information here

         Dudley DeBosier is also teaming up with Lyft to provide free safe rides home for fans after the LSU vs. Auburn game Saturday, Oct. 14.

         The firm wants to help party-goers in Baton Rouge get home safely.

         To receive a free ride, fans must pre-register for their Lyft promo code here.

         The designated Lyft pickup location will be Lot 407 at the corner of Skip Bertman Drive and River Road.

         Chad Dudley said, “We have given free rides for other big events in Baton Rouge and we saw the amount of DUIs decrease significantly. We are going to offer free cab rides home for this big game and are hopeful that it will make Baton Rouge streets a little safer after the game.”

         Firm reps said Dudley DeBosier stands up for people who have been injured in all kinds of crashes and helps them receive the financial support they need to heal. The firm has represented thousands of people in Louisiana over the years, and with offices in Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Shreveport, serve clients anywhere in Louisiana, reps said.

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