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St. Jude Dream Prize Winners

MADISON COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) -
Here is the list of winners for the other various prizes for the 2013 St. Jude Dream Home giveaway.
 
*$10,000 Room Makeover from Ross Furniture – Doris Warren of Jackson, MS
 
*Tickets On Sale Prize: $1,000 in Gas from Butler Snow- Brandon Douglass of Brandon, MS
 
*Early Bird Prize: $2,500 Kroger Grocery Card: John Neal of Jackson, MS
 
*Bonus Prize: A prize package that includes season tickets, autographed items, the chance to throw out the first pitch, the use of a suite for a game, and other great prizes!
William Caten of Florence, MS
 
*Prize #1 Talo® SmartTouch® kitchen faucet and accessories package, courtesy of Brizo - Robert Kalka of Jackson, MS
 
*Prize #2 Two Samsung Galaxy S 4 4G LTE Android touch screen smartphones from C-Spire - Barbara Warren of Morton, MS
 
 
*Prize #3 Regions Bank $500 Card and Two Regions Bikes - Bethany Powers of Madison, MS
 
*Prize #4 A Custom Piece of Furniture from Brittney English Designs - Lesley Deddens of Madison, MS
 
Prize #5 $1,000 Gift Certificate from The Rug Place - Mary Emrick of Natchez, MS
 
Prize #6 A year's worth of movie tickets from Malco Theatres - Clara Carter of Braxton, MS
 
Prize #7 A studio or outdoor session in Natchez with a 24x30 Masterpiece Portrait from T.G. McCary Photography - Mack Stubbs of Brandon, MS
 
Prize #8 A Baroni/Prive Suit, Andrew J Shirt, and Great Scott Tie from Great Scott Fine Clothing and Furnishings for Gentlemen – Kim Reed of Brookhaven, MS
 
Prize #9 One Membership for one person at The Refuge Golf Course in Flowood- John Archer of Ridgeland, MS
 
Prize #10 $1,000 worth of labor and materials from The Grounds Guys of Brandon Tim Bond of Brandon, MS
 
Prize #11 6 Months Pool Service from Aqua Blue Pools and Spas - James Grimes of Brandon, MS
 
Prize #12 4 Tickets to Selected Concerts in the 2013-14 Season from Mississippi Symphony Orchestra - Dan Graham of Madison, MS
 
Prize #13 A Two Night Weekend Vacation in the Presidential Suite at the Hilton Jackson - Gayle Canoy of Canton, MS
 
Prize #14 Dinner for 10 from either Amerigo, Char, Sombra, or Anjou Restaurants- Angie Calhoun of Puckett, MS
 
Prize #15 HDTV and Blue Ray Player from Xfinity - Debby Kazey of Raymond, MS
 
Prize #16 $1,000 Target Gift Card from Tri-Delta at Mississippi State University – Ralph Hays of Brandon, MS
 
Prize #17 One arrangement a month for a year from Edible Arrangements, pickup only- Betty Housley of Florence, MS

 

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