Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) March 18, 2014
The teams have been revealed, the seeds have been assigned, and most importantly, the brackets have been released. With the NCAA Tournament set to officially get underway, hungry basketball fans are sprinting to their phones and computers to sign up for Cottage Inn’s Gourmet Madness Bracket Challenge. By submitting a bracket, fans can win pizza for a year, or even for life.
Through Sunday, March 16, hundreds of people had already signed up for the Bracket Challenge.
“The early results have been very promising,” said Myranda Grim, Marketing Associate at Cottage Inn. “Now that the brackets are open, we’re hoping fans will ramp up their engagement and make this Challenge an even bigger hit. With free pizza for life on the line, we’re anticipating a very big turnout.”
A perfect bracket is needed to win pizza for life. That means getting every single pick correct, from the 32 opening round games to the National Championship. To win free pizza for a year, an entrant must get every Final Four team correct. As a bonus for entering, all entrants will be given a digital coupon they can redeem at their local Cottage Inn. See Official Rules for complete details.
To register for the Challenge, fans can visit facebook.com/CottageInn and click on the Bracket Challenge application. After completing registration, they can submit their bracket. Entries must be submitted by 10 am on March 20. The Bracket Challenge is open to residents of the United States, 18 years or older.
“This is the most exciting time of the year,” said Grim. “We’re delighted to share the suspense of the tournament with the millions of college basketball fans across the country. Hopefully when the tournament ends, we’ll be celebrating with one of our fans who just won pizza for life!”
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 40 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.