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Want David Lynch Or Kyle MacLachlan To Record Your New Voicemail Greeting? Here’s How To Double Your Chances!

Wouldn’t it be a miracle to have Gordon Cole recite an epic poem about pie on your voicemail greeting? Or maybe you prefer a message from Dale Cooper informing Diane about your sudden disappearance?*

The David Lynch Foundation is making it happen for a lucky few as part of their #GivingTuesday campaign. Everyone who donates $5+  on or before November 27th will be entered in their #VoicesOfChange raffle to win a personalized voicemail greeting from either David Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan or Hugh Jackman. Raffle tickets go for $5 each and you get to select your desired voice(s).

Thanks to the David Lynch Foundation, the Welcome to Twin Peaks community can double their chances on 11/26 and 11/27 simply by adding ‘Welcome to Twin Peaks’ to the order notes under ‘Additional information.’

Giving Tuesday

If the David Lynch Foundation succeeds at raising at least one dollar from each and every follower before the end of Giving Tuesday 2018, 2,500 children will be able to participate in the foundation’s Quiet Time program which improves academic performance and reduces stress and violence.

Donate to DLF for a chance to win a voicemail greeting recorded by David Lynch, Kyle MacLachlan or Hugh Jackman!

What would you have them say?

*The message recorded is at the celebrity donor’s discretion but the winner has the option to suggest a script to follow.

Voices of Change

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Want David Lynch Or Kyle MacLachlan To Record Your New Voicemail Greeting? Here's How To Double Your Chances!

Thanks to the David Lynch Foundation, the Welcome to Twin Peaks community can double their chances to win a personalized voicemail greeting by David Lynch or Kyle MacLachlan.

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