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Finish Line Frenzy winner takes home $500 and Hardee's® chicken for one year

Congratulations to Ronald Morse for winning our first-ever Finish Line Frenzy contest! Congratulations to Ronald Morse for winning our first-ever Finish Line Frenzy contest!

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Congratulations to Ronald Morse, the winner of our first-ever Finish Line Frenzy contest!

Ronald has won $500 in cash, as well as Hardee’s® Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders ™ for an entire year!

Each week, Ronald and dozens of other Grand Strand players followed along with their favorite NASCAR drivers, predicting who would place where in each race.  Weekly winners received a Hardee’s® Prize Pack of coupons for $25 worth of food from Hardee’s®.

At the end of the racing season, the points were tallied, and Ronald scored a whopping 12,447.

Congratulations to Ronald, and check back next year for even more fun and free contests from WMBFNews, and more great food from Hardee’s®!

Check back on our contests page throughout the year for more fun and free contests from WMBF News!

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