www.herbergers.com/thanks – $1000 Your Rewards Sweepstakes

Herberger’s Thanks

  1. Enter to win a $1000 Bon-Ton Stores shopping spree
  2. The promotion is operated by Bon-Ton Department Stores, Inc., who are based at 331 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53203

The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. YOUR REWARDS Sweepstakes will take place monthly and ANYONE over the age of 18 can enter by writing to: “Bon-Ton YOUR REWARDS Sweepstakes”, The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc., 331 West, Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53203.  Please be sure to include a 3×5 index card with a name, address, DOB, phone number and email address with the entry.  It should be noted that Comenity Bank is in no way affiliated with or responsible for the YOUR REWARDS Sweepstakes.

Herberger’s Thanks Readings

  • Employees of The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. (“Sponsor”), its subsidiaries, are not allowed to enter
  • Herberger’s card holders are also allowed to enter online but are limited to one per email address & multiple entrants are not permitted to share the same YOUR REWARDS credit card account and or email address
  • Runner up winners will receive prizes such as a nifty KitchenAid Stand Mixer, Fine Jewelry Necklace, Origins No Puffery Eye roller, Keurig Lover’s Prize Package and Origins Modern Friction Face Scrub
  • Prize drawing take place around the first of the month and winners will be notified within 30 days
  • Only one grand prize is allowed per person and all prizes must be reported to the IRS or face jail or a fine or both under US Tax Law

For a list of winners please write to: Bon-Ton YOUR REWARDS Sweepstakes, 331 W. Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53203. Specify “winners list” or “rules” on the request.

Herberger’s Corporate Lore

  • Regional based department store
  • Founded by the living legend G.R. “Bobby the Great Saint” Herberger
  • Merged with Proffitt’s Inc in 1997 (many close to Proffitt’s called this a hostile take over not a merge but this is up for debate)

Herberger’s operates more than 40 stores in the upper Midwest and caters to people with median incomes that tend to vote along party lines.

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