Indianapolis-based appliance and electronics leader h.h. gregg (NYSE:HGG) today launches its h.h. gives Give, Win, Be Merry Sweepstakes with Frigidaire, supporting Save the Children and offering 21 days of holiday gifting with daily and weekly prizes from December 3 to December 23, 2012 to randomly selected winners who register daily. The Grand Prize is a double oven range and over-the range microwave from Frigidaire, plus a $1,000 gift card to h.h. gregg. Frigidaire and h.h. gregg have selected Save the Children for their charity of choice this season. At the end of the sweepstakes, h.h. gregg will donate $25,000 to Save the Children and is accepting in-store donations from customers in the amounts of $1, $3 and $5. People can register for the daily prize at www.facebook.com/hhgregg and at http://www.hhgregg.com/hhgives. Registrants can also gain an additional daily entry by sharing one of the three weekly videos which will be featured during the campaign. The video series focuses on holiday recipes that can be made in the Frigidaire double oven range, showing viewers how to make holiday serving easier this year by preparing a main dish at one temperature while continuing to cooking other holiday dishes at the same time. Here’s this week’s video: http://youtu.be/oqOe6m871P0 “This year, h.h. gregg is teaming up with Frigidaire to give customers another reason to celebrate the holiday season, while choosing Save the Children as an important cause that deserves our gift,” said Jeff Pearson, senior vice president of marketing at h.h. gregg. “The holidays are about giving and we try hard to capture that spirit each year with h.h. gives, adding some fun and support to make a difference in peoples’ lives.” h.h. gregg 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 223 stores in Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.