QUICK LANE TIRE AND AUTO CENTER - TRADING ONE UNIFORM FOR ANOTHER CONTEST - LIMITED ENTRY

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Friday, December 07, 2018

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GRAND PRIZES: There are five (5) Grand Prizes in total. Each Grand Prize is a $10,000 scholarship to a college or university (including both four [4] year and two [2] colleges and universities) located in the 50 United States or Washington, DC which has been accredited by the U.S. Department of Education. Community colleges and junior colleges are specifically included within the definition of college or university. Grand Prize-winning Nominee must be enrolled in a qualified college or university on either a part-time or full-time basis. Scholarship is a grant or payment to be made to support Grand Prize-winning Nominee’s academic tuition fee, but does not include non-tuition expenses such as food, room and board and books. Sponsor will make scholarship payments directly to the college/university where Grand Prize-winning Nominee is enrolled, contingent upon Grand Prize-winning Nominee supplying Sponsor/Administrator with an official statement from the bursar or other applicable office at the college/university. IN NO EVENT WILL THE GRAND PRIZE-WINNING NOMINEE RECEIVE ANY PAYMENTS DIRECTLY FROM SPONSOR OR ADMINISTRATOR.

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Open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and District of Columbia, who are twenty-one (21) years of age or older.

ENTRY LIMITS: A given person may only submit one (1) Entry.

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Apply or nominate a deserving hero to receive $10,000 toward an education in the field of auto mechanics.

A Nominee is ANOTHER PERSON who is nominated by an Entrant for evaluation by the judging panel for possible receipt of a Grand Prize of a $10,000 scholarship to a college or university in the United States. A Nominee must also:

have served in any branch of the United States Armed Forces and received an honorable discharge from active military service (“Veteran”); or be a first responder (whether or not certified as such), including but not limited to paramedics, emergency medical technicians (“EMTS”), firefighters and police officers (“First Responder”);

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be currently enrolled (or plan to be enrolled by September 30, 2019) in a college or university (including both four [4] year and two [2] colleges and universities) located in the 50 United States or Washington, DC which has been accredited by the U.S. Department of Education.
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