AUTUMNFEST WINNING BUTTON NUMBERS

 

Woonsocket – The Winning Autumnfest Button Numbers were drawn during Closing Ceremonies at Autumnfest on Monday October 11th.  This year 6 button numbers were drawn, 3 for the year 2020 and 3 for the year 2021.  Remember to check your 2020 & 2021 Autumnfest Buttons to see if you are winner.

 

Also, hang on to your buttons because if a winner or winners do not come forward within a week, new winning button numbers will be drawn every Monday until all 6 prizes are claimed or until the end of the year which ever comes first.  The winning button number are listed:

 

Year 2020 (Green Buttons)

 

$100.00 Prize – 772

$250.00 Prize – 7623

$500.00 Prize – 6695

 

Year 2021 (Brown Buttons)

$100.00 Prize – 4310

$250.00 Prize – 4487

$500.00 Prize – 2640

 

Autumnfest and WOON Radio congratulates Michael Shuttleworth.  He is the winner of O-N Radio’s 50/50 Split the Pot Contest.  Michael will split $1582 with Autumnfest.

 

If you have a Winning Autumnfest Button, please contact WNRI Radio as soon as possible to claim your prize.  Call (401) 769-6925.

 

 

 

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