By engaging in our Bracket Challenge, fans can score free pizza for a year or even for life.
Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) March 11, 2014
When college basketball fans fill out their brackets this March, they’ll have more on the line than bragging rights. By filling out an NCAA Tournament® bracket through Cottage Inn’s Bracket Challenge on Facebook, hungry hoops fans can win free gourmet pizza for a year – or better yet, for life! Pre-registration is open now.
“This year, we’re bringing the suspense of the NCAA Tournament® to our customers like never before,” said Myranda Grim, Marketing Manager at Cottage Inn. “By engaging in our Bracket Challenge, fans can score free pizza for a year or even for life.”
To win complimentary pizza for a year, entrants must correctly pick every Final Four team. To score pizza for life, entrants must achieve basketball immortality by submitting a perfect bracket (every single game picked correctly). As a bonus for entering, all entrants will be given a digital coupon they can redeem at their local Cottage Inn.
To register for the challenge, fans can visit facebook.com/CottageInn and click on the Bracket Challenge application. After registering for the challenge, they can submit their bracket. Entries must be submitted by 10 am on March 20, 2014. The Bracket Challenge is open to residents of the United States, 18 years or older. See Official Rules for complete details.
“With locations in college towns throughout the Midwest, from Ann Arbor to East Lansing and even down in Columbus, we definitely feed off of the excitement of the NCAA Tournament®,” said Grim. “We hope this challenge keeps fans engaged throughout the tournament and fuels the fervor we’ve come to expect when the calendar flips to March.”
About Cottage Inn
Headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI, Cottage Inn has been serving up a diverse menu of Italian and Greek dishes, including its famous gourmet pizza, since 1948. The company currently operates over 45 Cottage Inn stores and franchises in Michigan and Ohio, offering a variety of options for carryout and delivery service. The company recently launched a Gluten-Free menu.