LAST CHANCE! Win Moody Garden Package with 7-7-7 Football Contest
We are down to the last chance to play the Friday Night Frenzy 7-7-7 Pick 'Em Contest sponsored by McWilliam's Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing. These are the guys that offer the 7-7-7 guarantee. That means they'll do repairs at your home 7 days a week from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. with no overtime charges.
That means, it's your last opportunity to get an entry (or another entry) into the Moody Gardens giveaway. Next week, someone in East Texas will win free tickets to the many attractions along with a free hotel stay at Moody Gardens and rounds of golf at the Moody Gardens course.
That someone could be you if you are one of the contestants who have picked all 7 games correctly in our 7-7-7 Pick 'Em Contest.
7-7-7 Pick 'Em Contest
Every week we've been featuring 7 high school football games from the Pineywoods. It's your job to try and pick the 7 teams you think will win. Anyone who picks all 7 games correctly will get an entry into a drawing that we will have following our last Friday Night Frenzy.
The drawing will be for a Moody Gardens Getaway to Galveston Island. This prize package includes a family four-pack to many of the Moody Garden attractions, a round of golf for two at the Moody Gardens Golf Course, and a one-night stay at the luxurious Moody Gardens Hotel.
This Week's Games
- Diboll (9-2) vs Little River Academy (9-2)
- Beckville (10-1) vs Garrison (10-1)
- Jasper (7-4) vs Waco Connally (8-3)
- Timpson (11-0) vs Wolfe City (9-2)
- Shelbyville (6-4) vs Cooper (10-1)
- Tenaha (9-2) vs Dawson (9-2)
- Woodville (8-3) vs Columbus (11-0)
***ENTRIES THIS WEEK MUST BE RECEIVED BY 6 P.M. THURSDAY, NOV 16.
How To Enter
There are two ways. You can shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com or you can use the chat feature on our KICKS 105 App. Just include the 7 teams you believe will win. Be sure to also include your name and your hometown. All entries must be received by 7 p.m. on Friday. Only one entry per person and you must be at least 18 years of age to enter.
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