Turpin Man Wins One Thousand Dollars in KSCB’s Insurance Card Giveaway

KSCB News - July 31, 2010 12:00 am

A Turpin man wins one thousand dollars in Seward County Broadcasting’s Insurance Card Giveaway Saturday at Bluebonnet Park. John Terry says he’s amazed he picked the right money bag which had the winning number for one thousand dollars. “Unbelievable, the Turpin man said. “I’ll spend it and enjoy it. I appreciate you all.”

Terry says he has participated in the last several KSCB/KLDG summer promotions. “The last two years I just grab a card and do my best and hope for the best.”

Terry is self employed and does lawn mowing and maintenance work for OTLR.

Loretta Alires of Liberal had her card number called first giving her a chance to win 10-thousand dollars. She didn’t win the 10-thousand, but she and about 100 other listeners left home with prizes. Seaboard cooked pork burgers and hot dogs for the big crowd. This concludes the stations’ summer promotion.

 

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