**This contest has ended – congratulations to all of our winners and we hope you enjoyed the tour!**
How would YOU like to WIN tickets to the 13th Annual Downtown Living Tour Saturday May 18th, and see some of the MOST talked about residential living spaces in Syracuse?
It’s EASY! Just email amy@93Q.com a picture of a room in your house or apartment that you would like to redo. Include your NAME, ADDRESS, BIRTHDATE, EMAIL, and PHONE NUMBER. Starting Monday, May 13th, we’ll pick a daily winner and award a pair of tickets to the Downtown Living Tour on Saturday, May 18th! You’ll walk on a self-guided tour through occupied and available units, including townhouses, stunning luxury apartments, affordable units and more. The 2019 Downtown Living Tour experience begins at City Hall Commons Atrium, located at 201 E. Washington Street, where all tour-goers must check-in and pick up their official Living Tour wristbands (which grant access to all tour stops) official tour map, program and “Swag Bags.” If you’d prefer not to walk, don’t worry; There will be a free shuttle that runs every ten-minutes or so, for your convenience. Get more details here!
Then, on Friday, May 17th, we’ll select a lucky GRAND PRIZE winner of a gift basket, which includes a pair of 2019 Downtown Living Tour T-Shirts, two pint glasses from Empire Brewing Company, a jar of Dinosaur BBQ Sauce, a package of Pastabilities Pasta, a jar of Pastabilities Sauce, and a $50.00 Gift Card to Peppino’s Neapolitan. Prizes provided by the Downtown Committee of Syracuse! One entry per person. Deadline for entries is 11:59 pm Thursday, May 16th. Enter today!
Congratulations to our final winner this week, Dan Ellis of Camillus, who still hasn’t re-done his son/’s bedroom since he left for college.
Congratulations to Lisa Panzone of Verona who sent us a picture of her “sunroom” as the room that she most want to redo.
Congratulations to Tina French of Syracuse who moved from a home with a lot of closet space into one with a REALLY small closet! She says “I’d love to be able to make a mini closet in the basement.”
Congratulations to Jessica Buholtz of North Syracuse who submitted a picture of her bathroom that she says is 30 years old and 100% ready for a complete makeover!
Congratulations to Kyle Knight of Chittenango who sent us a picture of her bathroom. She writes “This is my bathroom from 1975. My husband thinks it’s fine because no one see it.”