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Kiii-TV Hurricane Kit 2013 Register-to-Win Giveaway

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

Hurricane Season starts June 1, and Kiii-TV wants to you to be prepared. So we are giving away free Hurricane Kits during the month of May.

Giveaway dates are April 25-May 24, and people can enter by registering online at kiiitv.com or by mailing in a regular-size postcard with your name, address and phone number to:  Hurricane Kit Giveaway, c/o KIII-TV, 5002 S.P.I.D., Corpus Christi, Texas  78411. Entries must be received by Kiii-TV by the last day of the drawing, May 24, 2013.

Each Hurricane Kit includes a Nylon Cooler Bag, 7" portable Digital Television, First Aid Kit, Can Opener, Flashlight, Tissue, Hand Sanitizer, Batteries, and a Kiii-TV Hurricane Preparedness Guide and Tracking Map. Each Kit is valued at $230.

One eligible person/household will be randomly drawn from mails and website e-mail entries and announced on 3News First Edition Weekdays from 5-7 a.m., Monday through Friday, and 3News First Edition Weekends, from 6-7 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Winners will be notified by telephone from an official station representative.

This giveaway is open to all residents of Aransas, Bee, Brooks, Duval, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Kleberg, Kenedy, Live Oak, Nueces, Refugio and San Patricio Texas Counties.    There is no age requirement to participate, prizes of winners below the age of 18 will be awarded to the minor's legal parent or guardian.

Only one entry per household is allowed. No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to win.

  • Hurricane Survival Kit Giveaway 2013

    Giveaway dates are April 25-May 24, and people can enter starting April 25 either by registering online www.kiiitv.com or by mail on a regular-size postcard with your name, address and phone number to:  Hurricane Kit Giveaway, c/o Kiii-TV, 5002 S.P.I.D., Corpus Christi, Texas  78411. Entries must be received by Kiii by the last day of the drawing, May 24.

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    Thank you for entering the 3News First Edition Hurricane Survival Kit Giveaway.  Be sure to watch 3News First Edition.

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