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CONTEST: Win your mortgage or rent for a year!

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The GTE Home Free for a Year contest will pay your mortgage/rent for an entire year. Visit WFLA News Channel 8's Facebook page for details. The GTE Home Free for a Year contest will pay your mortgage/rent for an entire year. Visit WFLA News Channel 8's Facebook page for details.
How would you like to be mortgage or rent free for an entire year?

WFLA News Channel 8 and GTE Financial want to help make that happen.

In what is our biggest contest yet, one lucky person will have their mortgage or rent paid for an entire year by GTE Financial.

It's our way of saying 'Thank You' for connecting with us each day on Facebook. We love talking and sharing our days with you...and all the great things you share with us.

Click here to enter:  "WIN: Your mortgage/rent for a year."  You will be redirected to the contest entry form.

Once you've entered, don't forget to watch WFLA News Channel 8 each weekday evening at 5pm, starting June 16. When you see your name, you will have 8 minutes to call in order to be a finalist.

If the first person does not call within 8 minutes, a second name will be revealed. That person will have 8 minutes to call in order to be a finalist. If they don't, there will be no finalist for that day.

When you finished entering, you were provided with a custom URL to share on Facebook and Twitter. For each person that enters the contest through your custom URL, YOU get bonus entries, so the more you share the better your chances.

You only have to enter once, but you can enter each day to increase your chances. 

Check out the slideshow above for additional tips and information.

Good luck.


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