Indianapolis-based appliance and electronics leader h.h.gregg (NYSE:HGG), along with Samsung and The Dan Marino Foundation, announced today the launch of the “Super h.h.gives” Sweepstakes which will run from January 10
through February 2
To participate, contestants can enter online at
, through sharing the supporting video on that page, or on h.h.gregg’s Facebook page for their chance to win daily prizes, weekly prizes or a Grand Prize package from The Dan Marino Foundation and Samsung. The Grand Prize package includes a 60” 3D LED Smart HDTV, a Dan Marino signed football, a Dan Marino signed authentic helmet, and a Dan Marino signed Game Day jersey. Prizes given daily include a Samsung 51” 720p Plasma HDTV or a Samsung 16GB 10.01” Android Ice Cream Sandwich Galaxy Note Tablet. Weekly prizes include the same Dan Marino memorabilia as the grand prize as well as a Samsung 55” LED Smart HDTV. No purchase is necessary. Entrants are encouraged to “like” h.h.gregg on Facebook for contest updates.
“We are proud to extend our partnership with Samsung and The Dan Marino Foundation,” said Jeff Pearson, senior vice president of marketing, h.h.gregg. “This sweepstakes provides h.h.gregg with a unique opportunity to give back to our customers and their families, while supporting an organization that promotes Autism awareness and outreach services.”
To learn more about h.h.gregg please visit the company’s website,
h.h.gregg is a specialty retailer of consumer electronics, home appliances, computers, mobile products and related services operating under the name h.h.gregg(TM) and Fine Lines(TM). h.h.gregg operates 228 stores in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
About The Dan Marino Foundation:
Dan and Claire Marino established the Dan Marino Foundation in 1992. The Foundation’s mission is to “open doors” toward independence for children and young adults with autism and special needs by creating awareness and opportunities. The Foundation fulfills this mission by supporting comprehensive integrated treatment programs, providing outreach services, advancing scientific research, and building independence through employment and daily living transition programs. The Foundation has raised over $37 million to fund quality-of-life research, build the Miami Children’s Hospital Dan Marino Center, and opening in 2013-2014, the Marino College. For more information, please visit