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Paul Bunyan Communications announces Pick It Bowl Challenge winners

Paul Bunyan Communications recently announced the winners of the sixth Pick-it Bowl Challenge, a free online contest for participants to pick the winners for the 2021-22 College Bowl games for a chance to win a credit on a Paul Bunyan Communications account.

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Troy Schulze, of Park Rapids, has been named the first-place winner of Paul Bunyan Communications' Pick-it Bowl Challenge. Cash McCray, of Bemidji, was named the second-place winner.
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BEMIDJI -- Paul Bunyan Communications recently announced the winners of the sixth Pick-it Bowl Challenge, a free online contest for participants to pick the winners for the 2021-22 College Bowl games for a chance to win a credit on a Paul Bunyan Communications account.

The following are the top 10 winners and the random credit prize winner:

  1. Troy Schulze, of Park Rapids, won a $500 credit
  2. Cash McCray, of Bemidji, won a $250 credit
  3. Jeffrey Smith won a $100 credit
  4. Christopher White, of Bemidji, won a $50 credit
  5. Dana Demars, of Lake George, won a $50 credit
  6. Pam Johnson, of Bemidji, won a $50 credit
  7. Mitch Dokken, of Bemidji, won a $50 credit
  8. Blake Nordin, of Hackensack, won a $50 credit
  9. Candi Gendreau, of Park Rapids, won a $50 credit
  10. Lydell Feather, of Redby, won a $50 credit
  11. Random credit prize winner: Melanie Jackson (111th place), of Grand Rapids, won a $100 credit

The next Paul Bunyan Communications Pick-It Challenge is March Mania for the College Division One Men’s Basketball Tournament, a release said. For more information or to participate, visit paulbunyan.net .

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