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One week until Tybee Floatilla for My MS Savannah and Team WTOC

TYBEE ISLAND, GA (WTOC) -

One week left to register and float around Tybee and help Team WTOC fight Multiple Sclerosis.

Grab your floaties, your rafts, kickboards and inner tubes and float for MS. The Tybee Floatilla folks are teaming up with WTOC's My MS Savannah campaign to reach $30,000 fundraising goal by July 1. The Will Float for MS event will take place at 3:30 p.m. June 10 on Tybee Island.

You can join in on the fun by registering at www.tybeefloatilla.com or stop by the Crab Shack and purchase bracelets. They are $30 and proceeds go to the National MS Society Georgia Chapter.

To see all the businesses who have joined the campaign, view our photo gallery and slideshow at http://media.wtoc.com/gallery/8909.

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