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Our Do Cut Big Dig Facebook contest is back!

To enter for a chance to win a Toro Snowblower, LIKE the Storm Tracker 21 Facebook page and fill out the entry form https://www.facebook.com/StormTeam21

During the period November 4, 2013 through November 29, 2013 daily qualifiers will be announced during 21 News 6:00 p.m. (6:00-6:30 p.m.) and 21 News 11:00 p.m. (11:00-11:35 p.m.) Monday through Thursday. Daily qualifiers will have 21 minutes to call back (1-800-488-9365) to qualify for the weekly prize.

The weekly prize will be drawn on Friday's (11/8/13, 11/15/23, 11/22/12, 11/29/13) from all of the eligible qualifiers (Monday through Thursday) from that week. There will be three (4) weekly prize winners.

The grand prize winner will be announced on Monday, December 2, 2013 during 21 News 6 p.m. The grand prize winner will be drawn from all of the daily qualifiers during the period November 4, 2013 through November 29, 2013. There is only one (1) grand prize. Weekly winners and the grand prize winner do not have to watch to win.

The weekly prize is a Toro Power Shovel (model #38361) and the grand prize is a Toro Snowblower (model #38459).

Enter today and good luck!

 

Qualifiers

11/28 11 p.m. Maureen Chiasson - Youngstown, OH

11/28 6 p.m. No Qualifier

11/27 11 p.m. James Hassage - Hubbard, OH

11/27 6 p.m. Albert Cantola - Niles, OH

11/26 11 p.m. Roberta Rydarowicz - Leetonia, OH

11/26 6 p.m. Debbie West - Warren, OH

11/25 11 p.m.  Laura Covell - Poland, OH

11/25 6 p.m. Joanna Colucci - Girard, OH - WEEKLY WINNER

11/21 11 p.m. Ellery Thorne - Youngstown, OH

11/21 6 p.m. Joanne Croyle - Hubbard, OH

11/20 11 p.m. Chris Bilski - Youngstown, OH - WEEKLY WINNER

11/20 6 p.m. No qualifier

11/19 11 p.m. John Kincaid - Girard, OH

11/19 6 p.m. Steve Allen - Brookfield, OH

11/18 11 p.m. No qualifier

11/18 6 p.m. Dolores Sabol - Farrell, PA

11/14 11 p.m. Edward Russ - Warren, OH

11/14 6 p.m. Joe Kupec - Youngstown, OH

11/13 11 p.m.  No qualifier

11/13 6 p.m. Peggy Brown - Warren, OH

11/12 11 p.m. Mark Ogden - Youngstown, OH - WEEKLY WINNER

11/12 6 p.m. Paula Kirk - Campbell, OH

11/11 11 p.m. Jack Osborne - Cortland, OH

11/11 6 p.m. David Texter - Boardman, OH

11/7 11 p.m. Tony Mordocco - Canfield, OH - WEEKLY WINNER - GRAND PRIZE WINNER

11/7 6 p.m. Louis DeRose - Warren, OH

11/6 11 p.m. John Redfoot - Pulaski, PA

11/6 6 p.m. Dennis Dillon - Masury, OH

11/5 11 p.m. No qualifier

11/5 6 p.m. Mark Covell - Poland, OH

11/4 11 p.m.  No qualifier

11/4 6 p.m.  Denise Devitto - Warren, OH

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