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Blue Devil Drama

Springfield High School Drama Club (Holland, OH)

Zoll & Kranz, LLC Radio Hour by Blue Devil Drama

March 25, 2021

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Our restaurant partner of the week is Moe’s Southwest Grill. To show their support, Moe’s Southwest Grill in Holland is donating 20% of sales on THURSDAY, March 25th from 5-7pm for this event to Blue Devil Drama!.

Head to Moe’s Southwest Grill in Holland BEFORE the radio show and present this fundraising flyer to them when you get there and dine in or carry out an amazing meal!

Tell them Blue Devil Drama sent you!

This week’s show is sponsored by University of Toledo, which is one of the most comprehensive universities in the nation. They offer more than 270 degree programs and teach real-world skills that prepare you for the competitive, global job market; That prepares you to make a difference in your community!

2801 W. Bancroft St. • Toledo, OH 43606 • 800.586.5336

Our production sponsor is Zoll & Kranz, LLC Attorneys at Law.

" We Are Product Liability Attorneys Making Patients The Priority.

Taking on the pharmaceutical industry seems like an impossible task. What chance does one person stand against a massive corporation with powerful legal defenses? As our multidistrict litigation (MDL) lawyers know from firsthand experience, you are not alone, and injured victims have strength in numbers. Zoll & Kranz, LLC have won several millions of dollars for people injured by dangerous drugs and defective medical devices, and a dangerous drug lawyer at our firm can represent you in an individual lawsuit or join a mass tort (MDL) lawsuit along with others suffering the same injustice. "

6620 Central Ave, Toledo, OH 43617 (888) 841-9623  

We are pleased to present:

"Kidnapping" radio play

"Lover's Leap" radio play

Performances by students Grace S. and Eliza S.

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