KCBD and Anderson Bros Jewelers free jewelry giveaway - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

KCBD and Anderson Bros Jewelers free jewelry giveaway

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Each day September 13 – 17, NewsChannel 11 and Anderson Bros Jewelers will hide a piece of jewelry ranging in value from $2,135 to $4,790 in a public place somewhere in Lubbock.

Five clues to the exact location of the jewelry will be revealed each day on www.KCBD.com. Viewers can also sign up to receive the clues by email on KCBD.com. The first clue is revealed at noon each day, and the rest will be revealed every hour on the hour until 4 p.m. The first person to find the jewelry wins the piece of jewelry from that day!

The winner will be announced live on KCBD NewsChannel 11 at 6. Then, after the announcement of the winner, 87 more people become winners at Anderson Bros!

In celebration of Anderson Bros 87th anniversary, the first 87 people to come to the Anderson Bros location in Kingsgate with 4 cans of food, after the 6 p.m. announcement, will receive a free gift. The cans of food will be donated to the South Plains Food Bank.

For more information on the contest, click here or just go to www.kcbd.com and click on Finders Keepers.

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