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WFMJ Today Summer Getaway - Columbus Zoo and Aquarium & Zoombezi Bay

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We end our Summer Getaway series with a trip to The Columbux Zoo and Aquarium and Zoombezi Bay!

Monday morning, Jasmine Montroe took on you on a world of adventure and now you have the chance to experience it all on your own!

To enter, you will need to fill out the form below. During the entry process you will need our Summer Getaway word. We gave that word on Monday morning and we will it each morning during WFMJ Today through this Thursday, May 29th.

One winner will be selected at random and receive the following…
- One (1) night for four (4)  at Chase Suite Hotels (one room) 

- Two (2) day pass for four (4) to The Columbux Zoo and Aquarium and Zoombezi Bay

- $100 gift card for food

- $50 gas card
You must be 18 years of age or older to enter. You must live in Mahoning (OH), Trumbull (OH), Columbiana (OH), Mercer (PA) or Lawrence (PA) counties. Winners must give WFMJ at least 14 days notice to make the trip arrangements. Accommodations will be based on availability. When the winner checks into the hotel, they must present a valid credit card to the hotel to cover any ancillary expenses that may be incurred. Deadline to enter is noon on Thursday, May 29, 2014. The winner will be announced during WFMJ Today on Friday, May 30, 2014.

This prize has no cash value and is non-transferable. The deadline to take the trip is August 31, 2014. For a complete set of rules, send an e-mail to 21newsnow@wfmj.com and put Summer Getaway Rules in the subject line.
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