12 Days of Christmas Giving Winners Announced

Thank you to all of the Non-Profits that played Rhyme's 12 Days of Christmas Trivia Game! 11 organizations took home a $500 Rhyme Gift Card, and 1 lucky winner received a donated office copier!

Our gift card winners included:http://www.rhymebiz.com/sites/rhymebiz.com/assets/images/Newsroom/A-12-days-title-n.jpg

  1. WI Council of Religious and Independent Schools - Madison, WI
  2. Green County YMCA - Monroe, WI
  3. Blessed Trinity Catholic School - Dane, WI
  4. Middleton Outreach Ministry M.O.M - Middleton, WI
  5. AFCC - Madison, WI
  6. Columbia County Humane Society - Portage, WI
  7. Oshkosh United Way - Oshkosh, WIhttp://www.rhymebiz.com/sites/rhymebiz.com/assets/images/Newsroom/12-days-xmas-non-profits.png
  8. NAMI Rock County - Janesville, WI
  9. WI FACETS - Milwaukee, WI
  10. Golden House - Green Bay, WI
  11. Trinity Lutheran Church - Sheboygan, WI

And our winner of a donated office copier is:

Thank you again to all who played, we hope you enjoyed!

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