Two Students Earn Prize In State Farm Tuition Toss
Dec. 6, 2010
During the first quarter break of Saturday's UCLA vs. USC rivalry game, State Farm Insurance, in conjunction with UCLA, let two lucky students toss footballs for an opportunity to earn over $10,000 tuition!
One male and one female student each attempted five tosses. The first two tosses were from five yards away from the target and were worth $250.00 each. The third and fourth tosses were from 10 yards and were worth $500.00 each. The fifth and final "Tuition Toss" was worth a whopping $10,000!
The finalists for the contests were Khari Johnson from North Tustin and Zach Scurich from Los Angeles. Both Khari and Zach made one throw out of five and won $250 towards their tuition at UCLA and an Ipad.
State Farm understands the importance of a strong education and is doing its part to bring tow lucky students closer to their dreams of graduation. State Farm is there when it matters most, including the 2010 "State Farm Tuition Toss."
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