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CHECK OUT ALL THE BIG WINNERS of the 2017 Cold Hard Holiday Cash Give Away!

CHECK OUT ALL THE BIG WINNERS of the 2017 Cold Hard Holiday Cash Give Away!
December 26
12:00 2017

Lake Powell Communications teamed up with 12 Page businesses to giveaway $6000 this holiday season. That’s right, $6000!

Each of the 12 participating businesses sponsored a $500 giveaway. The winners were announced on 93.3 Jack FM weekdays December 11th- Dec. 22nd.



Dec. 11 – Page Computer $500 WINNER PAULA TAPPAN!

Paula Tappan has it MADE in the SHADE with $500 COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!









Dec. 12 – Cancer Outreach $500 WINNER BRETT TWARDY!

Brett Twardy just had a “feeling” he might win and HE DID! $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!!!


Dec. 13 – Page Eye Center $500 WINNER RONALD L. BEGAY!

Ronald L. Begay was SO HAPPY to score $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!!!


Dec. 14 – Lake Powell Furniture $500 WINNER JEFF HICKMAN!

Lake Powell Communications just paid off the bailiff! Jeff Hickman our latest BIG WINNER of $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!


Dec. 15 – Page Honda Polaris $500 WINNER ED BIGMAN!

Ed Bigman was totally surprised he won and drove down right away to collect his $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!


Dec. 18 – Rd’s Drive In $500 WINNER JANELL BRONSTON!

Janell Bronston SUPER HAPPY after winning $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!


Dec. 19 — Lake Powell Boat & RV Mini Storage $500 WINNER SHARON RICHARDSON!

Not sure how to cover the doctor bills until TODAY – Sharon Richardson just picked herself up $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!


Gone West Family Restaurant $500 WINNER SHAUN TAPAHA!

Afraid to open his eyes in case its a dream! Shaun Tapaha TOTALLY STOKED to pick up his $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!


Dec. 20 – Beckwith Insurance Agency $500 WINNER LULA HASKIE!

Lula Haskie came bearing gifts of her own for the one who drew her name she was SOOOO excited to win $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!!!


Dec. 22 – Boston’s Ace Hardware – $500 WINNER ROBERT NEZ

Robert Nez was OVERJOYED and joking around playfully with his grandson after winning $500 in COLD HARD HOLIDAY CASH!


Dec. 22 – Pow Wow Trading – $500 WINNER BEN BERNARD

Ben Bernard couldn’t BELIEVE IT he was so thrilled winning $500 in COLD HARD CASH!



Star Loans of Kanab

Nov 24 $100  WINNER: Marsha Sinley
Dec 8  $100   WINNER: Mary Lou Begay
Dec 15 $100  WINNER: Stanley Wade
Dec 22 $200  WINNER Eric Lane

An influx of cash never hurt anybody so stop by participating locations and get registered today for the 2017 Cold Hard Holiday Cash Giveaway!

Whether or not you are one of the 12 lucky $500 winners remember, as the holidays roll around, to support our community and shop local.

Several studies have shown that when you buy from an independent, locally owned business, rather than a nationally owned business, significantly more of your money is used to make purchases from other local businesses, continuing to strengthen the economic base of the community.

According to the research firm Civic Economics, for every $100 you spend in a local small business, $68 stays in your community. Whereas only $43 remains at a local branch of a chain store and virtually no money stays in the community with online shopping.

Local shopping not only benefits Page, it benefits the environment as a whole. Locally owned businesses can make more local purchases requiring less transportation and generally contribute to less sprawl, congestion, habitat loss and pollution.

Studies also have shown that support for local businesses can increase property values in the long run as vibrant neighborhood shopping streets are considered an advantage when selling a home.

If that isn’t convincing enough, consider that if every family nationwide spent an extra $10 a month at a locally owned, independent business instead of a national chain, over $9.3 billion would be directly returned to our economy.

So this holiday season, log off, don’t rely on the big box stores as your only source for holiday gifts, and support the local businesses of Page.

For a more detailed list of locations, click here.

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