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Uncle Bob’s Self Storage Partners With Houston Texans Football Team for Ultimate Fan Contest


Uncle Bob’s Self Storage partnered with football team Houston Texans to find the team’s biggest fans.

The Houston Texans hosted the Uncle Bob’s Ultimate Texans Fancave contest on its Twitter page. Each week, team representatives posted a challenging trivia question about its players. “Our fans really know this Texans team,” said Michael DeBetta, client services coordinator for the Houston Texans. “We drew a winner from each week’s correct answers, awarded the winner with a player-signed Texans prize, then entered them into the Uncle Bob’s Ultimate Texans Fancave Contest to win this grand prize pack.”

The winner will be announced at a public event on Feb. 25 at the Uncle Bob’s Missouri City facility, 4717 Cartwright Road. Five semi-finalist have been randomly selected for a chance at the Ultimate Texan Fancave Grand Prize Pack.

Each contestant will choose one of five keys, only of which unlocks the Uncle Bob’s rental truck. The person holding that lucky key will open the door, reveal the prizes, then drive the prizes home in the Uncle Bob’s rental truck.

The event will also feature the team’s cheerleaders, games and giveaways. Houston Texan rookie sensation J.J. Watt will be on hand to sign autographs.

"It's truly a pleasure to host J.J. and the Houston Texans to award the lucky winner of the Texans Fancave contest," said Chris Runckel, regional vice president of Uncle Bob's Texas storage facilities. "Our winner will be taking home a big-screen HD TV and a number of other prizes to deck out their favorite room for watching Houston Texans games."

Uncle Bob’s is owned by Sovran Self Storage Inc., a real estate investment trust that owns and manages more than 430 storage facilities in 25 states. 

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