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Trib’s Bonus Strip winner revealed for March 14

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The first winner of the Trib’s Bonus Strip program has been selected, and the lucky reader will walk away with a 50-inch TV.

The person with the winning number — A06631 — should call 800-724-8746 to claim the prize.

The Bonus Strip kicked off last week to provide readers of the Tribune- Review’s Valley News Dispatch edition with high value coupons.

The sticky-note coupons, found Thursdays on the cover of the paper, include discounts at some of the area’s popular businesses.

Each Bonus Strip has a number on the back, and a winning number will be announced every week through June 6.

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