Win weekly, monthly prizes as ‘All About You’ campaign begins
The "All About You" campaign officially begins this week in The Ephrata Review, with the printing of an eight-page special veterans section, and the kick-off of a local weekly prize contest.
Focusing on you the reader, The Review will showcase your submitted photos and stories, as well as continuing its nearly 134-year history of being all-local, all the time with its news and sports coverage. Look for the "All About You" logos within local news, feature and sports stories each week.
In addition to the news coverage and "your" pages once a month, The Review would also like to announce the start of "The All About You" prize contest (full details and sponsors can be found on page A-4 this week)
There will be three weekly prize drawings with a value of at least $25. Winners will be announced on the front page (and called) the following week.
At the end of the 12-week contest, a grand prize winner will be drawn (from all entries) for a $500 value Weber Gas Grill. Winning one of the weekly prizes does not keep someone from winning the grand prize.
You can enter as many times as you like, but must use an official entry blank found in each week’s paper
Full rules and regulations are on the website.
Here is the current list of weekly prizes for The Ephrata Review:
?CRS Kitchen Rehab & More ($25 Home Depot card)
?Rodney J. Good Mechanical (free spring a/c cleaning)
?Second Street Shop ($25 gift certificate)
?Ebenezer Grocery ($25 gift certificate)
?Napa Auto Parts ($25 gift certificate)
?JD Pazzo Pizza ($25 gift certificate)
?Brookside Collision ($25 Sheetz gas card)
?Atkins Deck Treatment Service More PRIZES, page A18
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