Extreme Military Room Makeover Contest Rules

From 10/21/13 at 12:00am through 11/10/13 at 11:59pm, entrants must go to FM99.com and fill out the form for the “Extreme Military Room Makeover Contest.” They must also answer the question “Why should this family win a room makeover?” in 200 words or less. Entrant may nominate their own military family or another military family for this prize. One entry per family

On 11/11/13, WNOR staff will conduct a preliminary random drawing of all entrants received.  This drawing will be non-public for the purpose of selecting a potential winner.  One potential winner will be chosen. That person’s name will be provided to Grand Furniture so that they can verify that the potential winner does not have an outstanding account with Grand Furniture that is more than 90 days past due.  In the event Grand Furniture determines that the potential winner is not qualified to win the grand prize, Grand Furniture will provide to WNOR staff proof, to the absolute satisfaction of WNOR staff, that the potential winner is not qualified.  If WNOR staff agrees that the potential winner is not qualified, WNOR staff will select at random another entrant and the same qualification process will be followed.  If WNOR staff disagrees with Grand Furniture, the prize will be awarded to the potential winner, notwithstanding Grand Furniture’s objection. This process will continue until a qualified entrant is chosen.  That person’s name will be announced on 11/15/13 as the winner.  This will be the first time the winner’s name will be announced to the public.  Drawings and qualification processes shall be non-public and in the complete discretion of WNOR staff.

The winner will receive a $1,500 certificate to Grand Furniture. We will make reasonable efforts to award Prizes within 30 days after winning.

Entrant/spouse of entrant must be an active duty or retired military member with ID OR must be nominating a family with at least one person in the household who is an active duty or retired military member with ID.

All parties (entrants and families being nominated) must live in Hampton Roads or northeast North Carolina and live or work within 75 miles of the station. They must be 18 or older who have not won anything on WNOR in the past 30 days or any prize valued at $600 or more in the past 6 months. Only one winner per household is permitted within 30 days after a household has a winner. Any prize awarded to an ineligible listener will be deemed null and void, and an alternate eligible winner may be named.

Employees of WNOR, Tidewater Communications, LLC, and its ultimate parent company, Saga Communications, Inc., their advertising agencies, affiliates, contest sponsors, employees and immediate families of each, and employees of all media of mass communication within a one hundred mile radius of the WNOR main studio are not eligible to win any contest.  Immediate family includes the spouse, great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of the employee and his/her spouse. This also includes individuals for whom the employee is current legal guardian

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