The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


January 22, 2014

Valentine's Day Giveaway Rules

Valentine's Day Giveaway Rules


You could share Valentine’s Day gourmet basket and a romantic stay at a deluxe hotel with your sweetheart compliments of the Tribune-Democrat if yours is the lucky entry drawn on February 12, 2014.


How to enter:  Go to our website and find the “Love phrase of the day” under “Valentine’s Day Giveaway”.  There will be a new phrase on our website daily.  Complete the entry form that is printed in the Tribune-Democrat. (Be sure to include the “Love phrase of the day” and original date it appears on the website)


Mail it to:


Valentine’s Day Giveaway

425 Locust St.

PO Box 340

Johnstown, PA 15907-0340


Or drop off at our service center at the address above. 


Enter as often as you like using the original entry form that is printed in the Tribune-Democrat.  No photo copies will be accepted.  Entries must be filled in completely including the “Love Phrase of the Day” and correct date that the phrase appeared on Tribune-Democrat website to be considered a complete entry.  You must be at least 18 years old to enter.


What you Win:

  •          Deluxe Accommodations for 2 adults and up to 3 children at one of over 100 prime locations. (You choose)  This prize package also includes complimentary breakfast, a round of golf or ski lift tickets for two and a Reward Gift valued at $65.( Total Estimated Value $350 )
  •          A Valentine’s Day Gourmet Basket filled with Gourmet Popcorn and Chocolates from Bedford Candies. 


A winner will be chosen in a random drawing from the completed and correct entries that are received by noon on February 12, 2014. The winner will be printed in the Tribune-Democrat on February 13, 2014.  Winner is responsible for taxes.


Employees of The Tribune-Democrat and their families are not eligible to enter.  Winner must be willing to have their name and/or photo published in The Tribune-Democrat in print and/or online.

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