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Minot Resident Wins Today Show Fan Trip

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He may be the Bishop Ryan activities director, but Bryan Kramer of Minot is the newest member of the Today Show family, thanks to a hand written letter from his wife.

Cindy Kramer wrote a letter to the crew nominating her husband for the biggest Today Show fan trip with Dylan Dreyer.

Several weeks ago, Bryan received the news during a school assembly that he had been selected to go to Desert Willow Golf Course in California to play golf with Dreyer.

After his home was destroyed in the 2011 flood and his wife underwent three battles with cancer, he says they've found comfort in golf.

"The important part of the whole thing was Cindy got to do it with me. We had just received real good news Thursday that her most recent cancer test are negative, so the cancer right now is gone, and that's a huge celebration for us,” says Bryan.

Bryan says this was a once in a lifetime opportunity that he will never forget.

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