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Rachel Vieira Decorating and Interior Design

November's Fake Ad

by Jay Forstner

From the December, 2018 issue

Don't you love it when people say it makes them happy to see good things happen to their friends? And don't you love it even more when they are really honest and say they're even more happy when good things happen to themselves? That brings us to Kevin Berasley's entry this month.

"The fake ad is for RacHEL VIEira Decorating and Interior Design on page 54," Berasley wrote, pointing out how the name of last month's winner, Leigh Helvie, was hidden in the ad. "I'm always happy to see when someone I know like Leigh Helvie wins. Just not quite as happy as when I win."

Our winner this month, chosen from 124 correct entries, was Beth Freese. She's taking her gift certificate to the Carlyle Grill.

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To enter this month's contest, find the fake ad in the December issue and follow the instructions in the box on the Back Page. The fake ad always contains the name of last month's winner in some form.     (end of article)

[Originally published in December, 2018.]

 



 
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