Uncles Bob's Self Storage Awards Houston Texans Fan in Twitter Trivia Contest

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Uncle Bob’s Self Storage, the operating brand of Sovran Self Storage Inc., will award one football fan the “Ultimate Fancave” prize pack at Reliant Stadium on Dec. 23 to coincide with the Houston Texans Fan Appreciation game, which is also the Texan's final home game. The winner will be chosen before kickoff.

To award the winner, Uncle Bob’s will park a moving truck at the stadium containing the Fancave prizes. Each of the five final contestants will be given a key to open the truck. One finalist’s key will unlock the truck containing the prizes, which include an HDTV and other Texans-themed gifts.

The contest is part of Uncle Bob's weekly trivia contest, in which fans have been participating via Twitter. Throughout the football season, they've been responding to questions tweeted by the Texans each Tuesday using the hashtag #UncleBobsStorage.

“The response to the contest has been incredible,” said Peter Carmichael, area manager for Uncle Bob’s Houston-area stores. “The questions haven’t been easy; it’s remarkable how well fans know this team.”

A winner is chosen every week and receives a Texans-themed prize such as an autographed photo or mini helmet. Of the 17 weekly winners, five finalists will be chosen at random for a chance to win the Ultimate Fancave prize package.

The weekly trivia contest ends Dec. 14. Fans can enter by visiting twitter.com/HoustonTexans and responding to the week’s trivia question.

“Fan Appreciation Day is one of the most important games of the year for our organization, and we are excited to team with Uncle Bob’s to reward one lucky fan with such an amazing prize at the game,” said Greg Grissom, vice president of corporate development for the Houston Texans. “All of the finalists for the Ultimate Fancave won our weekly Texans Trivia contest, which means that the winner is going to be someone who is truly passionate about the team.”

Sovran is a real estate investment trust that operates more than 440 self-storage facilities in 25 states, with a large presence in Texas.

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