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Likewise, sponsors cannot require sweepstakes participants to pay anything to participate, or else they may inadvertently hold an illegal lottery instead of a sweepstakes.
Amanda Spell, the latest sweepstakes recipient, stated, "When I received the call that I was the winner of the Saveology $5,000 Scholarship Sweepstakes I was ecstatic
2) Highland of Palmdale's Alyssa Craft surged ahead at the finish to win the girls' team sweepstakes race at the Mt.
The "Off to the Races Delivered by UPS Sweepstakes" is an online consumer sweepstakes and does not require any purchase.
Canyon and Quartz Hill, each boosted by a strong freshman class, are among the entrants in a girls' sweepstakes that features nationally ranked Peninsula and San Lorenzo Valley.
TV Guide readers will recognize Jewelry Television ads and "Get Red Carpet Ready" sweepstakes information in the February 12th, 19th and 24th issues.
The scoop: The nation's largest high school meet will be highlighted by the Division III, IV and V sweepstakes races on Friday and the Division I and II individual and team sweepstakes on Saturday.
Consumers can enter the sweepstakes by visiting www.
Consumers, especially the elderly, have purchased products believing their chances of winning the sweepstakes would be enhanced, he said.
Time is running out in the biggest beer-guzzling state in the nation for promotions like the Bud Bowl and the Miller Lite Super Bowl Sweepstakes, two giveaways tied to the highest holy day in sports.
The cost of Sweepstakes prizes will be recovered if as few as 15% of SECU members sign up for E-statements.
The give-away guys at the two major magazine sweepstakes companies - Publishers Clearing House and American Family Publishers - may dole out as much as $21 million this week.