Celebrate Pi Day!

Celebrate Pi Day!

Want to win free pizza for a year?  Slice Pizza in the Barracks Road Shopping Center is celebrating Pi Day on Friday March 14th    (3.14 get it?!). Join the 3WV Text Club by texting 3WV to 77000.  Friday morning, Pi Day 3.14, we’ll send you details on how you could win a pizza a week for a year from Slice Pizza!  Standard text charges do apply, but we won’t share your number.

 

CONTEST RULES:

Join the 3WV Text Club by texting 3WV to 77000, if you are not already a member, by 9:00 AM Friday March 14, 2014. On Friday March 14 at 9:30 AM we’ll text all 3WV Text Club members the code word to enter for a chance to win one free pizza every week for a year from Slice Pizza. Reply to the text with the appropriate code word by 11 AM Monday March 17, 2014 to enter for your chance to win. One winner will be selected Monday March 17, 2014 from all correct entries. One winner will win one free pizza every week for a year from Slice Pizza, total value of $400. 00, according to Slice Pizza management.

(This paragraph is for long version only) Winner must be at least 18 years old. Employees of 97-5 3WV, Charlottesville Radio Group, and its ultimate parent company, Saga Communications, Inc. , their advertising agencies, affiliates, contest sponsors, employees and immediate families of each, and employees of all media of mass communication within a 75 mile radius of the 97-5 3WV main studio are not eligible to win any contest. Immediate family includes the spouse, great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of the employee and his/her spouse. This also includes individuals for whom the employee is current legal guardian.

All Prizes will be available Tuesday, March 18, 2014. 97-5 3WV General Rules apply. So, join the 3WV Text Club to qualify for your chance to win a year’s worth of pizza from Slice Pizza! Good Luck from 97-5 3WV

 

3WV General Contest Rules Apply

 

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