We’re celebrating Notre Dame’s contention for the BCS Championship with Coach Lou Holtz by giving our Facebook fans a chance to enter to win a Chicago Brick Oven.
Visit the Belgard Facebook page and watch Coach Lou’s video, then follow the link to submit your guess for how many pavers are in Coach’s driveway. You’re allowed to vote once a day, so be sure to submit your guess each day until January 7.
Grand prize: Chicago Brick Oven and a Belgard Outdoor Cooking Starter Kit
First runner-up: Lou Holtz-autographed Notre Dame Fighting Irish t-shirt and a Belgard Outdoor Cooking Starter Kit.
Second runner-up: A Belgard Outdoor Cooking Starter Kit.
One lucky fan who “shares” the contest video on their personal Facebook page will be randomly selected to win a Notre Dame grill set courtesy of Belgard.
Each day we’ll be sharing a new hint on our Facebook page to help you get closer to the answer. We’ll keep a running list of the daily hints right here on the blog so you can catch up with the action.
Daily Hint #1: It’s more than the number of NCAA members.
Daily Hint #2: Coach Lou’s driveway features 4X8 Holland Stone pavers.
Daily Hint #3: One Notre Dame fan is inspired by Coach Lou and gets ready for the big game. Luckily, he’ll have less pavers to paint than Lou. (see photo on Facebook page)
Daily Hint #4: It’s more than the year Notre Dame was founded.
Daily Hint #5: It’s more than the year the Irish won their first championship.
Daily Hint #6: It’s less than the number of fans on the Notre Dame Football Facebook page.
Daily Hint #7: The parking area in Coach’s driveway is less than 3,000 square feet.
Daily Hint #8: It’s more than the number of miles round trip between Notre Dame and Miami.
Daily Hint #9: It’s less than Notre Dame’s alumni.
Daily Hint #10: It’s less than the highest attendance for a National Championship Game.
Daily Hint #11: It’s more than square feet of the Notre Dame locker room.
Daily Hint #12: It’s more than the number of Belgard Facebook fans.
Daily Hint #13: It’s less than the seating capacity of Notre Dame Stadium.
Daily Hint #14: It’s more than the addition of seats to Notre Dame Stadium in 1997.
Final Hint: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCLJYcfu_q8