Infinger is Shopping Spree winner

Carol Infinger of Little Falls was the winner of the Shopping Spree sponsored by the Morrison County Record and 48 businesses in the Record circulation area. The six-week promotion drew customers into the businesses where they submitted their name for both weekly and grand prize drawings. Each week, those 48 businesses drew a name that became a finalist for the $1,000 shopping spree. From that group, six names were drawn each week for $100 prizes. Those winners were Cindy West, Wayne Hansmann and Judy Hiemenz, all of Little Falls;  Betty Devriendt, Royalton; Annette Gannon, Ham Lake; and Brian Johnson, Pierz. When it came time to draw for the grand prize, 288 names were in the box. Infinger is required to spend $200 - $600 at Falls Furniture, where she signed up for the drawing, then $100 or more in at least four of the other participating businesses. Pictured are (from left): Infinger, her granddaughter Nevaeh Pettengill and Falls Furniture owner Sharla Trutwin.

Carol Infinger of Little Falls was the winner of the Shopping Spree sponsored by the Morrison County Record and 48 businesses in the Record circulation area. The six-week promotion drew customers into the businesses where they submitted their name for both weekly and grand prize drawings. Each week, those 48 businesses drew a name that became a finalist for the $1,000 shopping spree. From that group, six names were drawn each week for $100 prizes. Those winners were Cindy West, Wayne Hansmann and Judy Hiemenz, all of Little Falls; Betty Devriendt, Royalton; Annette Gannon, Ham Lake; and Brian Johnson, Pierz. When it came time to draw for the grand prize, 288 names were in the box. Infinger is required to spend $200 – $600 at Falls Furniture, where she signed up for the drawing, then $100 or more in at least four of the other participating businesses. Pictured are (from left): Infinger, her granddaughter Nevaeh Pettengill and Falls Furniture owner Sharla Trutwin.

 

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