Dave & Carole Everywhere



American presents DAVE & CAROLE EVERYWHERE!


Jordyn Jones from West Bend is the Grand Prize Winner! She’s won $5,000 and a 60″ LED HDTV from American!

Here are some of Jordyn’s Greatest Pix

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Listen to the big announcement here>>



These 10 lucky contestants all had life-size Dave & Carole cutouts and accumulated points by snapping photos with DAVE & CAROLE EVERYWHERE! They all did amazing!

See tons of their photos at facebook.com/morningKLH



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