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Cards and Cats fans could win free BoomBozz pizza for a year

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A restaurant is offering free pizza for a year to anyone who can predict the outcome of the Sweet 16 Showdown between the UK Wildcats and the UofL Cards.

BoomBozz Pizza & Taphouse, based in Louisville, will give the person who can name the winner and exact score of the game free pizza for a year.

"This is an exciting time for the state of Kentucky, and we are so grateful that we can be a part of it," says Tony Palombino, founder of BoomBozz. "The chances of this happening again are pretty slim – so enter, and enjoy the game!"

To enter the contest, fans should go to www.facebook.com/boombozzpizzaandtaphouse. The deadline to make your prediction is Friday, March 28 at 9 p.m.

The Cats and Cards will compete in the Sweet 16 Showdown at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Tipoff is set for 9:45 p.m. Friday.

BoomBozz locations in Louisville include St. Matthews (3400 Frankfort Ave.), Westport Village (Westport Road at Herr Lane), Highlands (Bardstown Road & Eastern Parkway), and J-Town (Tyler Center at the Gene Snyder).

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