A candy company stuck to its word and sent a man from Texas a Louisville Slugger baseball glove 60 years after a contest began. Darwin Day was cleaning and found a complete collection of Topps baseball cards from 1957 and 58. The cards had belonged to his brother who had died of cancer earlier in the year. One of the cards he found had a contest offering prizes to the owner if they would correctly fill out the scores from some professional baseball games. Since there was no deadline listed, he filled out the card and mailed it in. A few days later, he received a call from a marketing company representing the candy company. In addition to the glove, he also received T-shirts, a pillow, and a lot of gum.—Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell
Texan wins glove nearly 60 years after baseball card contest
https://www.yahoo.com/news/texan-wins-glove-nearly-60-years-baseball-card-160714327.html, Accessed September 14, 2016.
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