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Clarkston woman wins 'Pizza for Life' contest

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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (WJBK) -

It's a tasty reward any fan of pizza can really sink their teeth into. A Clarkston woman has been named the winner of  Hungry Howie's Pizza for Life contest. 

Lori Tesch and other finalists gathered at The Palace of Auburn Hills on Saturday to receive their prizes after entering the sweepstakes at howiesforlife.com. Winners were chosen via random drawings and Tesch will enjoy a pizza week for the next 50 years.

Hungry Howie's aired two spots during the 48th Super Bowl spots to advertise the campaign.

On Facebook, Tesch wrote, "Just won Hungry Howie's Pizza for Life contest this morning! Pizza for life! Yea!!!!! Still can't believe it! Thank you Hungry Howie's!"

Other winners received prizes including pizza for the next two years and tickets to a Detroit Pistons' home game.

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