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The Cut Bank Pioneer Press has launched an online NFL Pro Pick ‘Em Challenge for the current NFL season. It’s free to participate and prizes will be awarded for winners at the end of each week as well as a grand prize at the end of the season.  The inaugural challenge is presented by Edward Jones and will be starting with week two’s games so it will run for a total of 16-weeks. To participate in this year’s challenge, visit www.cutbankpioneerpress.com and click on “2019 Pro Pick ‘Em Challenge” on the left side of the page and then click on “Register Here” on the Challenge site to join. Be sure to register and make your picks by Thursday, Sept.12 to get in on the action!

In addition to seeing how you stack up against your friends and neighbors, the website also features local “expert” pickers Scott Campbell of The Village, Steve Larson of BJ’s Casino and Lounge, Wade Jacobson of The Den, and Jim Reiter of Cut Bank Harvest Foods.

So how does it work? After you register, you’ll be able to pick the winners of each game for the coming week.  Picking opens at noon on each Tuesday for the upcoming games. Come back after the games are final and see how your picks are doing and how many points you’ve racked up. 

Each week’s winner will be awarded a $30 Tailgate Package from Cut Bank Harvest Foods.  In the event of a tie, a drawing will determine the weekly winner.

The winner at the end of the 16-week challenge will be awarded an Ashley Power Recliner with adjustable headrest, dual cup holders, and AC power supply with two USB charging Ports from Billman’s Home Décor.  Again, in the event of a tie, a drawing will determine the overall winner.

For more information, see the ad on page 12 or visit the Cut Bank Pioneer Press Pro Pick ‘Em Challenge website at https://sportscontest.goldentrianglenews.com.

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