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Fast Cash February

Newschannel 6 is kicking off another contest on Monday where you could win $1,000 on us!

It’s called Fast Cash February and it doesn’t cost you anything to take part.  You will have to watch our newscasts to get the keyword.  Then you would need to enter it online on our website.  You have one hour after the newscast is over to enter, but you can only enter once per show.

Six finalists will be selected each Tuesday, beginning February 4th.  On Wednesday, February 26th, we will put all 24 finalists’ names in a hopper and draw six winners.  They will each receive $1,000!

It’s right around the corner so be sure to watch to get your chance to win big!
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