Happy New Year! It’s a new year and a new decade! Play LaMettry’s 2020 Trivia and you could win a $100 Visa Gift Card.
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- Question 1 of 5
True or False? 2020 is a Leap Year.Correct
True. February 29, 2020 is a Leap Day! The last Leap Year was 2016.Incorrect
True. February 29, 2020 is a Leap Day! The last Leap Year was 2016.
- Question 2 of 5
What were the 1920s nicknamed?Correct
The 1920s were known as the “Roaring Twenties” due to economic growth and the wild popular culture.Incorrect
The 1920s were known as the “Roaring Twenties” due to economic growth and the wild popular culture.
- Question 3 of 5
Used in the Gettysburg Address, “score” is a unit of measure meaningCorrect
20 years. Abraham Lincoln famously referenced “four score and seven years ago” (87 years) in his Gettysburg Address.Incorrect
20 years. Abraham Lincoln famously referenced “four score and seven years ago” (87 years) in his Gettysburg Address.
- Question 4 of 5
The TV program 20/20 got its name fromCorrect
ABC’s 20/20 got its name from the visual measurement of 20/20 vision.Incorrect
ABC’s 20/20 got its name from the visual measurement of 20/20 vision.
- Question 5 of 5
True or False? According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the new decade begins in 2021, not 2020.Correct
In popular culture, this new decade began in 2020. However, the Farmers’ Almanac insists decades begin with the year ending in 1 and finish with a 0 because the AD era begins with year 1 on the Gregorian calendar.Incorrect
In popular culture, this new decade began in 2020. However, the Farmers’ Almanac insists decades begin with the year ending in 1 and finish with a 0 because the AD era begins with year 1 on the Gregorian calendar.
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– No purchase necessary. Contest open to legal residents of the United States 18 years of age or older, except employees of LaMettry’s and their immediate family members. Contest ends Sunday, January 19, 2020.
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– Prize is a $100.00 Visa Gift Card and is non-transferable and non-exchangeable. No substitution or cash equivalent will be made. Submissions must be complete by 11:59 pm on Sunday, January 19, 2020. Only correctly completed submissions qualify to win. Final winner randomly selected from qualifiers. Winner will be notified via e-mail. LaMettry’s takes no responsibility if winner does not receive the sent e-mail. To claim the prize, winner to provide proof of age and photo identification and appear at a LaMettry’s location between the hours of 8:00 and 5:30 pm weekdays. In the event that a prize is mailed to the winner, pursuant to winner’s prior written consent, winner assumes the risk of the prize’s safe arrival.- Winner agrees to release of liability and use of name, city, biographical data and likeness for promotional purposes prior to receiving the prize. LaMettry’s does not warrant the explicit accuracy of the matching show and vehicle information contained in the contest. Such information is provided solely for entertainment and to facilitate the contest. Failure to execute any of these documents or comply with any of the terms will result in forfeiture of the prize.
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