Applied Behavior Science for Health and Happiness
DFMC Fundraiser! Super Bowl Squares!
DFMC Fundraiser! Super Bowl Squares!

DFMC Fundraiser! Super Bowl Squares!

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UPDATE: The Squares have sold out! Thank you for your support!

I’m selling Super Bowl Squares (sorry, Big Football Game Squares) to raise funds for the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge as part of my 2015 Boston Marathon run. It’s a great opportunity to benefit a fantastic cause and potentially win some money! Here’s how it works:

Squares are $20 each.

If you want to play, send me $20 per square requested via Paypal.com (mark the payment friends/family to avoid fees) or Google Wallet using my email address, amy.bucher@gmail.com. If you prefer another method of payment, email me and we’ll work it out.

Once I’ve received payment, I will send you the link to access the squares document on Google Drive (make sure I have your email address!). You can add your name to the square(s) you want. Once the grid is complete (or about an hour before kickoff, if not all squares sell), I will use a random number program to assign values to the rows and columns.

Prizes are as follows:

1st quarter: 5% ($100 if squares sell out)

Halftime: 15% ($300 if squares sell out)

3rd quarter: 5% ($100 if squares sell out)

Final score: 25% ($500 if squares sell out)

Donation to Dana-Farber: 50% ($1000 if squares sell out)

You can win more than once! If any unsold squares win, proceeds from that square get donated to Dana-Farber. I will make the DFMC donation as well as pay out the winner(s) within 48 hours of the end of the Super Bowl™. 

Dedication to the cause! Looking dumb in a Pats hat and work clothes in a hotel room for your pleasure!
Dedication to the cause! Looking dumb in a Pats hat and work clothes in a hotel room for your pleasure!

Thanks in advance, and let’s go Pats!

Super Bowl Squares rules refresher:

A winner is usually determined at the end of the 1st quarter, 2nd quarter, 3rd quarter, and Final Game score. The winner is determined by looking at the last number in each of the teams’ score, and then matching those numbers on the grid and seeing which square intersects those two numbers. An example would be if the Miami Dolphins were playing the New York Giants in the Super Bowl, and the score at halftime was Miami Dolphins 33, and NY Giants 24. The last number for the Dolphins is 3, and the last number for the Giants is 4. The square on the grid that has the Dolphins with a number of 3, and Giants score of 4 would be the winner.

PS: If you hate football, fun, AND cancer you can still donate directly to my DFMC page without playing Super Bowl Squares.