Here it is! The final day of WFNY’s Christmas giveaway. Congratulations to Kevin, who was the randomly selected winner of yesterday’s giveaway- his choice of WFNY Cavalier inspired t-shirts! (I’d go with the Wild Thing Varejao one myself!)
Today is a little different- we’ll be picking two winners from today’s entries. The first winner selected will be sporting a new Grady Sizemore Tribe Jersey! The second big winner will score a pair of tickets to the Indians home opener Friday, April 10th against the Toronto Blue Jays! (As Jeff Probst might say, “Worth playing for?”)
Remember, if you’ve already won a prize during our giveaway you aren’t eligible to win. (You can still answer the question if you want!) Good luck to all, and here again are the ‘rules’-
Each day of the contest, we will ask a question for you to answer. Respond to the giveaway post with a comment formatted like this- restate the question, then answer it in EXACTLY 64 words. (Last year of a major Cleveland championship.)
– You may only enter once each day. You are free to comment on each other’s answers, however.
– The winner will be chosen at random from the qualifying entries. Winners will be notified the following day by email (make sure the email address you registered to comment with is a real one!) You must be at least 18 years old to win, and only one winner per household during this giveaway please.
The prizes range from tickets to the Tribe home opener, to books, to jerseys, and even a few WFNY items thrown in there too. (Yes, shameless self-promotion!) No complaining about which prize you win, those have been randomly selected for specific days of the contest. Sound good? Hey it’s free stuff, how picky can you get?! All answers have to be submitted by midnight, Cleveland time. Don’t worry about having the same answer as someone else, just put it in your own words. It isn’t a contest to see who is a better writer. Remember though…EXACTLY 64 words!
With that said…Here’s today’s question to respond to:
If you were Santa and could give one thing to a Cleveland area sports team to help them win a title, what would it be?