Local Business Launches 'Ugliest Driveway' Contest
For every cracked, beat-up, worn-out driveway, there’s a story. Perhaps it’s a tale of neglect, winter storms, glacial movement, a meteor crash or an unfortunate incident involving a monster tractor pull looking for a place to turn around. With its “America’s Ugliest Driveway” Contest, Jack Child, founder of Goffstown's Black Dawg Sealcoat®, is in search of America’s Ugliest Driveway and is willing to put $500 in the pocket of its owner to ease the sting of their misfortune.
Jack Child, President and Founder of BLACK DAWG
with Olive, "The Boss"
Beginning April 15th (a date chosen for its own “eyesoreness"), homeowners from all 50 states may submit their photo or video along with a caption or story making their case to win the prize. Besides just plain being ugly, points will be given for creativity and cleverness in the form of captions (e.g., here’s my driveway after
aliens landed on it) and brief stories (e.g., cracks that resemble celebrities or world leaders). Funny videos will receive extra consideration. The winner, to be selected on June 15, 2009, will receive $500, courtesy of Black Dawg Franchise Group, parent company of Black Dawg Sealcoat®.
One driveway from each state will be chosen as that state’s Ugliest Driveway and the owner will be sent a jug of real New Hampshire Maple syrup, courtesy of Parker’s Maple Barn, Mason, New
Hampshire. From that not so elite group of uglies, one Grand Prize winner will be selected and hailed as owner of “America’s Ugliest Driveway” and collect $500.
Homeowners wishing to submit their “ugly driveway” entry should visit
www.AmericasUgliestDriveway.com. Entries are limited to one per household. By submitting their entry, contest participants agree to allow Black Dawg Franchise Group LLC to use their names, likenesses and any items submitted for marketing purposes and publication on the web.
Contest is void where prohibited by law.
Located at 11 Lance Lane in Goffstown, Black Dawg Sealcoat® is a member of the Souhegan Valley, Manchester, Salem and Exeter Chambers of Commerce and each franchise is an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. In addition, Black Dawg Sealcoat supports local and national non-profit organizations such as the PLUS Company, the Souhegan Valley Boys and Girls Club, Fisher House for Disabled Vets, the Red Cross, Bedford Little League, Londonderry Youth Soccer, Londonderry Fire Department, Windham Baseball/Softball League, New Hampshire Fire Marshall’s Arson Investigation Canine Division, Nashua Humane Society, Boys and Girls Club of Nashua, the New Outlook Teen Center of Exeter, Girls, Inc. of Nashua, the Veterans Count Auction, The Cancer Society of Connecticut and the Weston, Connecticut Historical Society.
For more information on Black Dawg Sealcoat® and to see pictures of Olive, “The Boss" please visit
www.BlackDawgSealcoat.com or call 1-(800)998-DAWG (3294).
For information regarding franchise opportunities, visit www.BlackDawgFranchise.com.
And, to order some delicious maple syrup, visit www.ParkersMapleBarn.com.