Tony Suzuki, right, pulls out a name from a bag that Marty Carry, vice president of advertising for The Wichita Eagle, is holding with the names of the winners of The Eagle Virtual Medallion Hunt for the grand prize of a new Suzuki Kizashi at the Wichita River Festival Block Party on Friday. (May 14, 2010)
Tony Suzuki, right, pulls out a name from a bag that Marty Carry, vice president of advertising for The Wichita Eagle, is holding with the names of the winners of The Eagle Virtual Medallion Hunt for the grand prize of a new Suzuki Kizashi at the Wichita River Festival Block Party on Friday. (May 14, 2010) The Wichita Eagle
Tony Suzuki, right, pulls out a name from a bag that Marty Carry, vice president of advertising for The Wichita Eagle, is holding with the names of the winners of The Eagle Virtual Medallion Hunt for the grand prize of a new Suzuki Kizashi at the Wichita River Festival Block Party on Friday. (May 14, 2010) The Wichita Eagle

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