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Toledoan gets chance to be a millionaire

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Thomas Boyce of Toledo is getting his chance to be a millionaire.

The security officer will compete this week during "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire's" Cruise In and Win Week.

Boyce is a Start High School graduate and he and his wife Sherry have two young sons. He's picked up the nickname "Mr. T." and is a gospel rapper.

A million dollar prize is on the line and he could also walk away with a cruise vacation. One lucky home viewer will also win a Disney Cruise vacation for four.

Boyce says his family has never been on a vacation together and he would love to win the cruise. If he wins the million, he plans to put the money towards a new car and saving for his children's education.

"Who Want To Be A Millionaire" airs on 13abc weekdays at 12:30 p.m right after Action News at Noon.

To register for your chance to win a cruise go to millionairetv.com. The contest runs January 7 through January 18.

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