TAPinto Travels to South Carolina, Announces 2017/18 NFL 4 Fingers Winner

Darlene Cullen presenting Gary Kline his gift card and TAPinto hat with Johnny Celentano aka Johnny 4 fingers Credits: TAPinto South Plainfield

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC – Although winning late is critical, in the NFL seasons are built with early September wins. A team never wants to fall too far behind in the standings. Those early losses always seem to bite and eking out an early win can mean the difference between winning a wildcard spot or going home.

This year’s winner of the Johnny 4 Fingers NFL Picks Pool followed the same winning formula. He took on the Four Finger Man early, and it was a NFL Week# 1 pick the ultimately decided the winner. The 2017/18 4 Finger Pool Winner is Gary Kline otherwise known as the Juveyman.

TAPinto traveled to North Myrtle Beach South Carolina to distribute the award and invite Four Fingers and Juveyman to dinner and smoke a peace pipe. The site of the awards show was Villa Tuscanna. Johnny Four Fingers was still shaking is head about his Week #2 loss while knocking back a wine. “I can’t believe this Juveyman guy won,” said Four Fingers. “I guess if a blind squirrel can find a nut, Juveryman can make a pick, but it still hurts.’

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Juveyman didn’t want to hear any of it. “I don’t think 4 Fingers could pick his nose if he wanted,” said  a chuckling Juveyman.

After a few toasts, and a few more toasts, 4 Fingers and TAPinto presented Juveyman with a $50.00 KC’s Korner Gift Card, a TAPinto hat and a personally signed letter with an outline of Four Fingers hand.

The night couldn’t end without a new challenge. 4 Fingers challenged Juveyman to a round of golf based upon the Loyola University Chicago basketball game blaring in the background. 4 Fingers won the bet, TAPinto will let you know who the winner at is the 19thhole.

The trip to South Carolina is not surprising considering participants of the Johnny Four Fingers pool ranged from people far and wide. There are a number of TAPinto followers in the South Carolina and North Carolina region. Stay tuned as we launch TAPinto Charleston in the very near future.

Travel is not just about the location.  It is about the fun experiences with friends and family that you gain from the journey.  TAPintoTravels salutes TAPinto South Plainfield for traveling and having a little fun.

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