To enter this week’s contest, CLICK HERE!
Week #4 of the Karl Malone Toyota College Football Pick’em Contest presented by Heard Construction and Martin Presence is underway.
One lucky winner will claim $200 … with the potential to make it $400 if they are perfect on the week (including predicting the No. 1 tiebreaker exactly right).
The Week #3 winner will be announced later this week in the Lincoln Parish Journal.
This week YOU could be our lucky winner. It just takes a few minutes to click on the link above and fill out a form for FREE. It could mean $200 in your pocket if you choose wisely.
Anyone is eligible to participate for FREE and each week’s winner will go home with a $200 cash prize. Each week the winner will be the participant with the best record out of 13 selected college football games (ties will be broken by two separate tiebreakers consisting of guessing the total points scored in two other games).
The Karl Malone Toyota College Football Pick’em Contest presented by Martin Presence and Heard Construction will be conducted over the 13 regular season weeks of the college season starting with Week 1 games (Sept. 2) and running through the end of November.
There is no entry fee, just like there is no cost to subscribe to the Lincoln Parish Journal.
All contest decisions by Lincoln Parish Journal management are final. Weekly winners will be notified Monday and will be requested to take a photo that will run that week in the LPJ.
Every participant will receive a FREE subscription to the Journal, if you’re not already signed up for the easily-navigated, convenient 6:55 a.m. daily e-mail. Enjoy it all, for FREE, and enter each week’s contest. You could collect $200 each week (or $400 if you can have a perfect week with the correct tiebreaker).
We also want to thank Super Movers, American Mattress Outlet, the Dugout, the Ensure Agency, National Jewelry, Hart Designs, Tanyard Creek, Ginn’s Autobody, Ruston Eye and Vision, Pearce Lumber and Bearcat Nation Network for their Pick’em Partnerships within the contest.