March 19, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- West Coast divorce law firm Goldberg Jones is celebrating the NCAA division 1 men's basketball tournament by sponsoring a bracket challenge and a prize of a
Amazon gift card. The contest is free to join and open to all U.S. residents over the age of 18. The enrollment period for the contest ends just before tipoff on
March 21, 2013
The challenge allows participants to fill out a March Madness bracket with tournament predictions. The winner will be decided by a weighted system that evaluates the number of correct picks to determine the most successful bracket. The playing field will be narrowed down to a single winner-takes-all champion that will be awarded the
Amazon gift card.
To participate in the Goldberg Jones bracket challenge visit
. This link will direct you to the Goldberg Jones Yahoo bracket group (ID number 21981) where participants can complete their bracket. Once participants have made their picks, they will be able to follow the tournament and contest by liking the
Goldberg Jones Facebook page
and following Goldberg Jones on Twitter (@GoldbergJonesOR, @GoldbergJonesSD or @GoldbergJonesWA), where the results of each round will be posted.
The NCAA Division 1 men's basketball tournament is an annual event that showcases the best in college basketball. This year's tournament begins on
March 19, 2013
and will end with the championship game on
April 8, 2013
. The championship game will be held at the Georgia Dome in
About Goldberg Jones
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. We have grown from a three-person startup, to a multi-state firm with over 30 lawyers devoted solely to the practice of family law, specifically, protecting the rights of husbands and fathers.
Our representation is focused on providing dedicated advocacy for men in divorce, child custody, child support and most other family law matters. Our divorce attorneys are knowledgeable and aggressive in protecting men's rights, fathers' rights, and your rights under
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