Win a Times travel mug with a Tweet of girls hoops scores

2013-02-13T10:35:00Z 2013-02-13T10:45:06Z Win a Times travel mug with a Tweet of girls hoops scoresHillary Smith hillary.smith@nwi.com, (219) 933-3233 nwitimes.com
February 13, 2013 10:35 am  • 

Win a Times travel mug by picking the correct score in the Class 4A and Class 2A regional semifinals! Tweet your guess for the final score and the winner of the Merrillville vs. Lake Central girls basketball game in Class 4A and the Whiting vs. Boone Grove game in Class 2A to @NWI_Hillary with the hashtag #nwiHSsports before 9 a.m. Saturday morning. The tweeter with a score closest to the actual final will win the prize. In case of a tie, the tweet sent first will be selected the winner. One winner will come from each class.

Times Media Co. employees and their families are not eligible. Only entries with the #nwiHSsports hastag sent to @NWI_Hillary are eligible for the contest. Per Twitter rules, anyone found using multiple accounts to enter will be disqualified. One entry per Class per account, so choose wisely. Winners will be notified through Twitter and must pick their prize at their closest Times office. Prizes not picked up within 30 days of notification will be forfeited.

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