"Offering this each year creates a friendly rivalry between members as they compete and watch who wins during the tournament action," states Marcie Boerner, WCCTA “Participants can see where they rank against their friends and neighbors...
Gowrie, Iowa (PRWEB) April 12, 2017
Webster-Calhoun Cooperative Telephone Association is pleased to announce the winners of the Pick-It March Mania college basketball contest. Participation in the contest covered our 16 communities with first place going to Sherry Vogel, Gowrie, Iowa. Sherry earned the most points in the contest and was awarded a $200 bill credit. Judy Warrick, of Gowrie, Iowa came in second place and received $100 bill credit, and Steve Lane of Farnhamville, Iowa finished in third and won a $50 bill credit.
Contest participants were invited to pick who they predicted to win the NCAA men’s college basketball championship tournament games and earned points for each game they picked correctly. The contest was conducted online and sponsored by Webster-Calhoun Cooperative Telephone Association (WCCTA). Community members can visit WCCTA at 1106 Beek Street in Gowrie, Monday-Friday during business hours.
"Offering this each year creates a friendly rivalry between members as they compete and watch who wins during the tournament action," states Marcie Boerner, Office Manager at WCCTA “Participants can see where they rank against their friends and neighbors and see others completed brackets.”
The 79th edition of the tournament began on March 14, 2017, and concluded with the championship game on April 3 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, where North Carolina Tar Heels defeated Gonzaga Bulldogs 71–65.
Webster-Calhoun Cooperative Telephone Association is located at 1106 Beek Street, Gowrie, IA 50543. It has a Fiber driven network and provides landline telephone, Internet and digital television service to the Iowa communities of Gowrie, Pilot Mound, Vincent, Thor, Churdan, Knierim, Somers, Barnum, Duncombe, Farnhamville, Badger, Clare, Moorland, Boxholm, Lanyon and Paton. Additional information is available by calling 515-352-3151 or visiting http://www.wccta.net. Everyone is also invited to follow along on Facebook, Twitter and our LinkedIn pages. #ThisIsFortDodge