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We now know who won the Biloxi St. Jude Dream Home. (Photo source: WLOX) We now know who won the Biloxi St. Jude Dream Home. (Photo source: WLOX)
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Congratulations to Carolyn Brown of Gulfport who is the winner of the 2016 Mississippi Gulf Coast St. Jude Dream Home, located in the Malpass West Subdivision in Biloxi that is valued at $350,000. 

Elliott Homes built the 3,500 square feet, five bedroom, three bathroom Dream Home with an outdoor kitchen.

Here is a list of the secondary prizes given away during the Dream Home giveaway.

  • Willy Stribling of Biloxi, MS won the Tickets On Sale Prize, a $2,000 Visa Gift Card, courtesy of Beau Rivage.
  • James Houck of D'Iberville, MS won the Open House Prize, a $5,000 Visa Gift Card, courtesy of Dream Day Foundation.
  • Howard Delancey of Vancleave, MS won the Early Bird Prize, groceries for a year, valued at $5,000, courtesy of Dream Day Foundation.
  • Yolanda Magee of Gulfport, MS won the Artesso® Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, courtesy of Brizo.
  • Velveda Harried of Gulfport, MS won seafood gumbo for a year, courtesy of Mary Mahoney's.
  • Tina Myers of Pascagoula, MS won the tailgate package, courtesy of Chick-fil-A D'Iberville.
  • Duan Tolar of Kiln, MS won the premium getaway package, courtesy of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi.
  • Dwight Robinson of Biloxi, MS won a two-night getaway stay, courtesy of The Golden Nugget Biloxi.

All the proceeds from the Dream Home Giveaway go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital to help children and their families battle cancer.

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