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Watch the Big Game with 40 Friends at Quaker Steak & Lube

**CONGRATULATIONS TO ELAINE GIBSON FROM GIRARD, OHIO!**

 

21 WFMJ and Quaker Steak & Lube want you and your friends to celebrate the biggest football game of the year with a party on us!

Fill out the form below to enter.  The winner will receive a party for 40 at Quaker Steak & Lube in either Sharon, Austintown or Boardman.

Certificate is for dine-in only. It cannot be redeemed for cash.  Not good with any buffet or any other offer or promotion.  Valid for food only.  Winner is responsible for gratuity.  Alcoholic beverages, tax and gratuity not included.  Certificate must be used by Sunday, February 2, 2014.

Deadline to enter is noon on  January 30, 2014.  Winner will have to come to WFMJ on Friday, January 31, 2014 to pick up their certificate.

For a complete set of rules, send an e-mail to 21newsnow@wfmj.com.  Please put QUAKER STEAK & LUBE in the subject line.

 

 

 

 

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