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Recycle old electronics and get in on Bucks deal

Published On: Apr 02 2013 06:34:22 AM CDT
Updated On: Apr 02 2013 05:55:00 AM CDT
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MILWAUKEE -

Residents in southeastern Wisconsin who are looking to dump old electronics can get rid of their junk free this weekend and also get a deal on Milwaukee Bucks tickets.

The Bucks are partnering with a recycling company to host an electronics drive Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at the team's stadium in downtown Milwaukee. The event is open to businesses and individuals.

The recyclers can take anything that can be plugged into a wall or runs on batteries. That covers a wide range of items: desktop computers, laptops, printers, microwaves, vacuum cleaners, TVs, and even washers and dryers. Workers will help people unload items directly from their vehicles.

Anyone who brings items for recycling will get a buy-one-get-one-free ticket to the game against the Denver Nuggets on April 15.

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