‘Tools Under My Tree’ Sweepstakes — Official Rules

Sweepstakes Rules

  • To enter, you must complete the official entry form stating the tool you would like to receive for the holidays. It can be any kind of tool.
  • A prize pack from Ryobi Power Tools will be provided to a randomly selected winner following the sweepstakes entry period. The sweepstakes begins at 12:00 a.m. Central Time on Nov. 19, 2018, and ends at 11:59 p.m. Central Time on Dec. 9, 2018. All entries must be received during that time frame.
  • Sweepstakes is open to residents of the United States of America who are over the age of majority 18, except employees of Remodeling Today, Inc., and their immediate family.
  • Entries by mail, fax, telephone, or in person will not be accepted.
  • The winner will be notified by phone or email by the Tuesday following the conclusion of the sweepstakes. The winner will be given four (4) days to respond. If winner does not respond within four (4) days, or declines to accept the prizes, a new winner will be selected and prior winner will forfeit any claim to prize.
  • The winner will be required to furnish a street mailing address in the United States and telephone number for delivery of prize.
  • Remodeling Today, Inc., is not responsible for lost, delayed or misdirected entries or winner notification notices.
  • The prize pack — to include an 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium Ion Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit (value: $300); 18-Volt ONE+ONE Cordless, Brushless 10-Inch Dual Bevel Sliding Miter Saw (value: $300); 18-Volt ONE+ 6-Gallon Cordless Wet/Dry Vacuum (value: $100); 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer (value: $130); (2) 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion 4.0 Ah Battery Pack (value: $200); and an 18-Volt ONE+ 6-Port Dual Chemistry IntelliPort Super Charger (value: $80) — will be given away and will not be mailed outside the United States of America.
  • All decisions of Remodeling Today, Inc., are final.
  • Remodeling Today, Inc., may not be held liable for any injury or damage that might be associated with the use of prize and is not responsible for replacement or repair should prizes prove defective.
  • Remodeling Today, Inc., may make prize substitutions of equivalent value at our discretion.
  • Sweepstakes is subject to all federal, state, and municipal laws governing their use and is void where prohibited by law.
  • Remodeling Today, Inc., reserves the right to cancel or modify sweepstakes at any time without prior notification.
  • One (1) winning entry will be selected at random from all entries that are in compliance with the requirements set forth in the sweepstakes rules.
  • Winner agrees to allow his/her name, city and state, and likeness to be published on Todayshomeowner.com, Facebook.com, Pinterest.com, Twitter.com, Instagram.com and used by Remodeling Today, Inc., in any manner and medium without compensation or legal action.
  • Entries must be submitted by the entrant and shall not infringe on the copyright, trademark, right of publicity or right of privacy of any other party.
  • Odds of winning are dependent on the number of entries in the sweepstakes.
  • Submission of entry is considered acceptance of all sweepstakes rules.

For more information, visit RyobiTools.com

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43 COMMENTS

  1. My father was my mentor growing up and is responsible for my success and happiness today. I owe him and my mother a wonderful tribute.

  2. Father’s Day , is special to me because I have 3 boy’s that do not have Father;s.So I must teach them how to fix things when they are on their own in life.

  3. My husband has loved Ryobi tools forever and has always tried to give me whatever I needed done in our home. He’s had a lot of his power tools damaged this last winter because shed leaked. Giving him new tools would mean a lot to us both.

  4. Love the show, look forward to it every week. Just wish it came on another time other than Sunday morning during church time.

  5. Father’s Day is special to me, because it is the day I honor the man who introduced me to my love of DIY. I was an only child and was my sweet father’s best son and number one assistant. As I grew up, I still helped him, even to build his retirement home. Three years ago, just after his passing, I purchased a house that should have been demolished. I t took me 10 months, working all day, every single day, to make it habitable, and am I still pouring love into it. My Daddy would be proud of me and the “tiny estate”.
    Every time I reach for a tool, hand or power, I think of the man who passed his knowledge and passion for “fixing” to me, my Daddy.

  6. My father passed away on 11/04/2017. No mater what type of homeowner problem came up, he always had a solution to repair and prevent it from happening again.
    Whenever I was going to attempt to do a home repair on my home I would tell him what I was going to do and my plan on getting it done. He would always listen to my ideas and if he knew of a better or faster way of doing it he would explain his ways in detail so that I understood it fully.
    If he thought it was a project or repair that was more than I could do by myself he always offered to help. I always welcomed and appreciated. I will always remember the love he showed by his actions.
    He is now with my mother now and I know is a happy man once again.

  7. My neighborhood has a homeless problem and my stuff is starting to disappear so winning this would help me help our community with showing which ones are thieves

    • Sorry to hear about the thefts, Darice! Did you enter the sweepstakes on the Facebook page in the designated comments box?

  8. Living in SWFL the number of break-ins and robberies have skyrocketed I’d love to have a device like this at my front door, where I can see who’s there. Additionally, if you can talk back to them, it’s far less likely they would break in if they thought someone was home. Thanks for continuing great advice and entertainment.

  9. I think we live in a secure nighborhood but you never know. This monitor would be a great way to see what is going on when we are not home.

  10. Ya’ll got a great show. Of course Ya’ll a bit crazy, or I wouldn’t watch. It’s one of my highlights on Sunday mornings at 5:30 a.m. Keep on keeping on!!

  11. I have old windows and a very old front door that has gaps! Until I can replace them this winterizing kit would come in handy! The tips you give are always helpful!

  12. I live in Ohio and winter is coming this kit would come in handy! I have old windows and old front door that has gaps leaving cold air in until I can replace them! The tips you give are always helpful!

  13. My Daughter, Granddaughter and I live in an older mobile home. We have old leaky windows that I cover every year with Duck brand kits. I could use a free kit to get ready for winter.

  14. NEED A FEW NEW WINDOWS AND INSULATION AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DOORS GOING OUTSIDE, LOTS OF COLD AIR SEEPS THROUGH BIN WINTERT MONTHS!

  15. Our windows are old and drafty and we could sure use this. Now that we are getting older and not in good health, the cold air bothers us. Thanks for your help.

  16. A battery operated blower would help me with clearing my deck and yard of leaves. I need something light b/c I have to balance against my O2 tank. Thank you.

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