Read Bridge and WIN!

15334844_mlThe 'Read Bridge & Win' contest has launched!

As a summer treat, the Center for Michigan is pleased to announce an opportunity for loyal Bridge readers and brand new subscribers to reap a handsome reward for reading Bridge. From now through September 30 we are accepting entries for our “Read Bridge & Win” contest. Those who sign up are subscribed to Bridge (if they aren’t already) and entered to win one of five $100 Amazon gift cards.

Winners will be drawn on October 1st and will be notified by email.

Enter to win HERE. Visit the Center for Michigan’s website for full contest rules.

As a current reader, you know that Bridge is a source of in-depth, nonpartisan Michigan news that you can’t get anywhere else. Will you help us spread the word about Bridge and our contest to your friends, family, neighbors and colleagues who care about our state and its future? Forward this post or share it on social media, and encourage your network to Read Bridge and Win. Good luck— we hope you’re a winner!

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Tue, 07/14/2015 - 9:12am
Channel 6 in Lansing ran a contest giving away $100 Meijer gift certificates to people who registered and saw their name announced during the early morning news each half hour and $200 during the last half hour, you had to call the station to get the prize and the name was not posted to a website so you had to be watching at the time. It seems to have worked since the latest ratings put them on top of the competition. Nothing speaks like money to get peoples attention. :)