Sixers, Philly cops to begin 'Guns for Tickets' program
PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia 76ers and police officials Tuesday announced a program aimed at curbing gun violence by exchanging tickets for guns.
The one-week program opens Wednesday. Anyone can bring a working gun into a city police station and exchange it for a voucher good for a pair of tickets to an upcoming 76ers game, no questions asked.
"If we get one [gun], it's a successful program," said Billy King, the team's president. "If we get one, if we get a thousand, whatever ...
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