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Big Rapids Chiropractor Picks Up Game Show Prize

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Big Rapids chiropractor Daniel Shea and his wife were in California visiting their son, Chris, in college back in September.

They decided to go see a taping of let's make a deal and came away with a car.

The final deal came down to a decision between $2,000 cash or the mystery behind curtain #2.

Shea chose the curtain and was rewarded with a Toyota Yaris.

Today the Sheas picked the car up at Fox Toyota in Cadillac.

It's quite the souvenir from a trip to the West Coast and they are already excited to try again.

9&10's Eric Lloyd and photojournalist Jacob Johnson were there for the excitement and have more details.

 

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