Did you get a terrible Christmas gift?

Did your aunt send you some eyebrow razors? How about some wrinkle cream from your well-intended sister? Or your brother sent you a basket of exercise DVDs?

Whatever it is, we want to give you a great prize in place of it! It’s WOKQ’s Christmas Re-Gift!

All you have to do is snap a pic of that unwanted item and upload it to our app to qualify for a $1,000 shopping spree to Cardi’s Furniture and Mattresses on Route 1 in Seabrook. Make sure to include your name, your phone number, and where you are from when submitting the photo so we can get back to you if you are the chosen winner!

If you're on the app, click here to submit your picture right now.

Whatever that gift is, if you're not a fan, we want to see it and give you the chance to get something even better than before. We want to bring a little joy to you right into the new year.

Once you have your photo upload it to our handy dandy mobile app! Just like that, you will be in the running to win that $1,000 shopping spree to Cardi’s Furniture and Mattresses on Route 1 in Seabrook!

If you're on the app, click here to submit your picture right now.

What are you waiting for? We can't wait to see those pics!

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