Jack Grooms wins tiebreaker to beat UBS!
Jack Grooms, a student and football player at Bishop England is this week’s winner of the Pig Skin Pick-‘Em Challenge. Jack was tied with Beth Jeresaty with an 11-1 record but he was closer on the tiebreaker score, beating Beth by a difference of 14 points. Congratulations to Jack for winning a $50 gift cart to LIDI Ristorante.
Jack and Beth were two of four people who beat Steve Meyer and Jeff Burton of UBS. This week, enter your picks to beat DI Grille and win a $50 gift certificate to the DI Grille.
Last week’s winner, Lori Greavu, and her husband own and operate Boom Advertising, a full service advertising agency on DI. A huge football fan (especially the Colts and Broncos), she is pictured with her son, who is also a BE football player.
Each week from now until the Super Bowl, readers will be given the opportunity to “Beat the Sponsor” and to win great prizes. We will email a link to the survey each Tuesday evening via our “Coming This Week” eblast and we will also put the URL link on our Facebook page and here in the paper. To be eligible to win, you must select your entries online by noon on Friday. There is no cost to enter. If you’d like to be added to our eblast, please send your email address to email@example.com.
You can also enter by going to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Y3X6QD6 to fill out your ballot or by dropping a paper ballot to our office by noon on Friday.
Each week, we will also include a running win-loss record for each of our sponsor and the paper will donate $500 to the charity of choice of the sponsor who has the best overall win-loss record at the end of the season. Keeping his hold on first place is Dave Williams of 843 Health Marketplace (71-18); second place – Steve Meyer and Jeff Burton of UBS (67-22); third place – Dr. Estes of Southern Orthopedics (63-26); fourth place - Helen Girly Brown (61-28); fifth place - Phil Bowman sportwriter for The Daniel Island News (61-28); sixth place – Tony Pope of State Farm (60-29); seventh place – Cara Schaafsma of Irongate Realty (54-35); and, seventh place, the employees of the Daniel Island Grille (46-43)