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TULSA, Okla., Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- About a month before Beth Mauskopf of Oceanside, NY was welcomed into ( 10k Club, she received news she was also a winner in the Infiniti Presents an Exclusive Evening with Cirque du Soleil Sweepstakes! The win included taking 25 of her friends with her to see the famed troupe.

All summer she worked with the party planner to firm up a date, but first one thing and then another prevented scheduling. It isn't easy trying to coordinate venues with 25 guests! After she had provided 12 different dates, Mauskopf explained, there were still problems trying to organize everyone.

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