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A little friendly competition is always a highlight of the football season.
Landmark Pick’em, an NFL prediction contest sponsored by The Landmark, is back for its second year. There will be no shortage of fun and prizes. The contest is free.
It’s time to show off your soccer knowledge. Make predictions on Chiefs games as well as all other NFL games on the schedule. To enter, go to the “Landmark Pick’em” tab on the newspaper’s website at plattecountylandmark.com.
Just pick the team you think will win each game. The Vegas Points spread will be listed, but this is for informational purposes only. You don’t have to make your choices against the spread.
Also choose whether you think each game will go over or under the predicted point total listed for each game. Your over/under choices are only used if necessary to break a tie.
Landmark Pick’em is a weekly contest sponsored by the Tony Farr Real Estate Group.
Top tipsters will receive weekly prizes such as restaurant gift certificates, as well as bragging rights to Landmark players such as Ivan Foley, Chris Kamler, Guy Speckman and Brad Carl. There’s even a “chat” area on the Landmark Pick’em page for light banter between players.
This year’s weekly prizes will include gift certificates for local establishments such as Stone Canyon Pizza in Parkville, Ten and Two Coffee in Parkville, The Alley at the Parkville American Legion in downtown Parkville, and Nick and Jake’s of Parkville.
Go to https://plattecountylandmark.com/sign-up to get started and make your choice. Tech Guy Schneider has made it easy to join via your Google, Facebook, Apple, etc. logins. and choices are easy to make and can be done in minutes.
Let’s be honest, you’re up against a pretty talented group of tipsters amongst The Landmark’s staff. Humble too.
Winners of the weekly contest will be named and announced on plattecountylandmark.com and in the print edition of The Landmark.
Last year’s top substitute in the season standings was Todd Shifflett of Amity, Mo., a high school football coach from King City, with Speckman and Foley close behind.
Questions about the contest? Email us at email@example.com