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Front Yard Facelift Official Rules

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CONTEST RULES - WFMJ TODAY FRONT YARD FACELIFT

  1. No purchase necessary to enter. To enter, send your name, address daytime telephone number, a brief letter as to why your front yard needs a makeover and three current photographs ( a full on shot and two different angles) of your front yard. Mail your entry to WFMJ Television, Inc., 101 W. Boardman Street, Youngstown, Ohio 44503. You can also e-mail the above information and three photos to 21newsnow@wfmj.com. Make sure you put Front Yard Facelift in the subject line. All entries must be postmarked by Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Winner will be notified by phone.
  2. The winner will be determined by J. Gilmore Design LTD. Winner must be available on Thursday, July 13, 2017 between the hours of 3:00-7:00 a.m. Winner will appear live on WFMJ Today on this date. Homeowner is responsible for notifying local authorities and neighbors of the early morning live broadcast. If there is inclement weather that date, we will schedule the following day.
  3. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older and be the homeowner.
  4. Grand prize is design/landscaping services courtesy of J. Gilmore Design LTD. Design concept and materials used are at the sole discretion of Gilmore Design. WFMJ Television, Inc. and all sponsors reserve the right to substitute other prizes.
  5. WFMJ Television, Inc. and all sponsors reserve the right to use the winner's name, address, and/or likeness in promotional opportunities.
  6. Mutated, illegible, or incomplete entries will be disqualified. WFMJ Television, Inc. and all sponsors are not responsible for lost entries.
  7. WFMJ Television, Inc. and all sponsors are not liable for taxes, fee, or other costs incurred by accepting prize package.
  8. All entries become the property of WFMJ Television, Inc. and all sponsors once submitted.
  9. WFMJ Television, Inc. and all sponsors, employees, and their families are not eligible to enter or win.
  10. All prizes are non-transferable, non-assignable, and have no cash value. Winner cannot choose a substitution prize. Prizes have no cash value. Unclaimed prizes remain the property of WFMJ Television, Inc and all sponsors, and may not be awarded in this contest.
  11. If prize is unclaimed by winner within ninety (90) days of notification, WFMJ Television, Inc. and all sponsors reserve the right to randomly draw a new winner.
  12. Judges' decisions are final.
  13. WFMJ Television, Inc. and all sponsors reserve the right to alter, amend, or change these rules and regulations without prior notice.
  14. Contest void wherever prohibited by any law, statute, enactment, or ordinance of any state, municipality, city, town, county, or political subdivision.

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