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 Weekly Prizes
Weekly Prizes:  Each team pays $10/night into Cash Pot 
  1. Highest weekly total will get a prize of a 60% of cash pot. 
  2. Second Place weekly winners will get 20% of cash pot and a $30 gift certificate.  Donated by Russ at Marine General.    
  3. Third Place weekly winners will get 20% of cash pot. 
  4. Wildcard winners will get $20 cash.  Random draw of positions 4-6, 8-10 and 12-15.  
  5. $5 for 7th place from Mark Jukich of US Bank Home Mortgage.
  6. $10 for 11th place from Mark Jukich of US Bank Home Mortgage.

Be sure to mention "MMTS" and "Thanks" whenever you stop at any of our sponsors.


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