This fall, The Q Morning Show will celebrate the 20th year of our breast cancer awareness fundraiser, Cans For a Cure. In all that time you've helped us raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to help Mainers battling breast cancer one can at a time.

The generous people who have stopped into Oxford Casino Hotel and participated in their Give $5 Get $10 campaign have raised a lot of that money. By donating at least $5 to Cans For a Cure, Oxford Casino Hotel guests receive $10 in free slot play, and it's happening again this weekend.

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Just stop by Oxford Casino Hotel on Sunday, August 7 through Monday, August 8, go to the cashier and say you'd like to donate to Give $5 Get $10. Your donation will go directly to Cans For a Cure which then goes to the Maine Cancer Foundation. Plus, you'll have $10 in free slot play. That's a win for everyone!

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You could also make a weekend of it. There's plenty of cash to win on Friday, August 5 with Oxford Casino Hotel's High Five Friday where the jackpot is now at $41,000 and on Saturday, $17,200 is up for grabs with the Super Six Saturday.

Sign up and win free slot play!

When you sign up for a NEW Oxford Rewards account you will receive a BONUS $10 automatically by playing our NEW Member Game! Just visit a Promotional Kiosk after you open your NEW account at Guest Services. It's fun, and easy and you could turn that $10 into so much more!

Cans For a Cure returns this October, so head on up to Oxford Casino Hotel for some wicked good fun and Give $5 Get $10 to help the Maine Cancer Foundation fight cancer in Maine.

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