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March 2, 2005

Lee County-- Watching WALB paid off for one viewer Wednesday night, in the form of a new car.

It was WALB's Watch And Win contest. Viewers got a mystery word every night during Frasier. Our prize crew set out to surprise the winner this afternoon. They handed Janet Heaslip the keys to the car she won.

"Oh, Autoland," Heaslip said. "Actually we need a car so bad and we we're going to come and see you. Thank you so much."

Janet will pick up her car, a Chevrolet sedan, from Autoland early next week.

posted by brannon.stewart@walb.com

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