Drawing held for shopping spree


By TJ Caudill - tcaudill@civitasmedia.com



Courtesy Photo Combs poses with the games he decided on during his shopping spree.


Photo by TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald Circulation Manager Jenny Jones awards Matthew Combs the $200 gift card.


HAZARD — The winner of The Hazard Herald’s shopping spree was Matthew Combs. The drawing took place on Dec. 21 at The Herald’s office. The business that Comb’s registration form came from was The Castle. Combs, along with his mother Bonnie Combs, shopped with staff members of The Herald at the Hazard Wal-Mart Supercenter.

12-year-old Combs is a seventh grader at East Perry Elementary. He enjoys playing his Xbox One and told the staff at The Herald office that he already knew what he was going to get with his gift cards.

As soon as they arrived at Wal-Mart, Combs headed straight for the electronic’s department and chose three games with his gift cards. The three games that Comb chose were Wolfenstein: The New Order, Star Wars Battlefront and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.

The staff at The Herald would like to congratulate Combs for being the winner of the $200 shopping spree.

The Herald would like to thank Hazard Wal-Mart for donating the gift cards.

The Herald would also like to thank the businesses that sponsored the $200 shopping spree. They include: Perry County Fiscal Court, The Castle, Save A Lot, Mountain After Hours Clinic, East Main Street Pharmacy, Bert’s Auto Parts, Papa Johns and Walkertown Service Center.

TJ Caudill can be reached at 606-436-5771 or on Twitter @HazardHerald.

Courtesy Photo Combs poses with the games he decided on during his shopping spree.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_GamesCombs.jpgCourtesy Photo Combs poses with the games he decided on during his shopping spree.

Photo by TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald Circulation Manager Jenny Jones awards Matthew Combs the $200 gift card.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_JennyAndMatt.jpgPhoto by TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald Circulation Manager Jenny Jones awards Matthew Combs the $200 gift card.

By TJ Caudill

tcaudill@civitasmedia.com

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