The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


April 30, 2014

Drive Into Summer Giveaway Rules

JOHNSTOWN — Summer is right around the corner so you will be planning your vacation getaway. The Tribune-Democrat can help get you there. You can be one of two winners to receive $500 toward gas. Each winner will receive $500 in Gas.

How it works:

Beginning 5/12/14 through 6/27/14 ten names will be selected daily (Monday-Friday) from valid entries and posted on the Tribune-Democrat’s website When you see your name, call our Circulation Department (814-532-5796 or 1-866-307-0905) to verify your information to have your name entered into the drawing for the grand prize.

What you can win:

Each winner will receive $500 toward gas. Winners are responsible for paying taxes on the prize.

How to enter:

Fill out the official entry form & drop off or mail to:



425 Locust St.

PO Box 340

Johnstown, PA 15907-0340

Entries must be received at the Tribune-Democrat by 4 pm EST on June 26, 2014.


Ten names will be drawn daily, Monday through Friday, from valid entries and posted on the Tribune-Democrat homepage at . If you see your name, call the Circulation Department at (814) 532-5796 or 1-866-307-0905 to have your name entered in to a random drawing for the grand prize. Check daily to see if you are a winner. You do not have to call on the same day your name appears. The deadline to verify your name after it appears on the Tribune-Democrat website is noon on July 1, 2014.


Two names will be selected in a random drawing from the names that have appeared on the Tribune-Democrat website and have been verified. All entries must be received by June 26, 2014 by 4 pm EST to be entered in to the daily drawing. All daily drawing names must be verified by noon on July 1, 2014. The Grand Prize drawing will be held on July 1, 2014. Winner’s names will be printed in the Tribune-Democrat on July 2, 2014.

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