Local Orthodontist Hosts Blood Drive to Coincide with Release of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2”

Kansas City, Mo. – Christensen Orthodontics wants your help – it doesn’t matter if you’re on Team Edward or Team Jacob! Everyone’s help is needed to provide local hospital patients with the blood they need to survive and recover from serious illnesses.

Christensen Orthodontics in Zona Rosa will host a Twilight-themed blood drive on Friday, November 16, from noon to 4 p.m. The first 30 people to donate will receive movie tickets to “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2.” You can book your appointment at and enter sponsor code: CHRISTEN or visit the office at 7111 W. 86th St. in Zona Rosa to sign up.

“Our patients are big fans of Twilight, so a Twilight-themed blood drive seemed like the perfect opportunity for our patients and neighbors to have some fun and help the community,” said Dr. David Christensen. The blood drive is open to all members of the community that wish to donate to the Community Blood Center of Kansas City.

Christensen Orthodontics serves patients in Kansas City and St. Joseph. Dr. David Christensen and his team are committed to excellence in orthodontics, providing the highest quality of orthodontic treatment available in a professional and caring environment where patients’ individual needs are top priority. For more information about Christensen Orthodontics, please visit


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