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With the assistance of the award-winning Milwaukee County Parks and other Wisconsin-based parks, Brewers fans across Wisconsin held an opportunity to win unique and valuable prizes by participating in the "Where's Bernie?" scavenger hunt.

In preparation for Spring Madness, Bernie Brewer was hard at work. Bernie had planted over 1,400 Bernie Brewer lawn ornaments across the state. Four hundred of the lawn ornaments have special prizes attached, and have been placed in parks throughout the 5-county metro Milwaukee area as well as in parks in Madison, Appleton, and Green Bay.

These 400 Bernie Brewer lawn ornaments had pouches attached. Each pouch contained Brewers game tickets, and many also included additional prizes such as certificates for a night in a Miller Park Suite and game-used memorabilia; and Milwaukee County Parks passes for golf, water parks, and the Mitchell Park Domes. In addition, 100 of the lawn ornaments had been autographed by Brewers players and personnel.

From May 16-23, Bernie has used his Twitter account, @Bernie_Brewer, to give clues to fans about the location of where the 400 lawn ornaments with prizes have been placed.

Were you stumped? A complete list of Clues & Answers are below.
#WHERESBERNIE Clues
Below are all of the clues that Bernie has given over the last week. As Bernie noted in his tips, there is one clue per location and if the specific county is not alluded to in the clue, fans can assume it is a Milwaukee County Park.
#WHERESBERNIE CLUE #1 I followed the team to the airport, then checked out this park in the area known as the "Gateway to MKE." Holler Park
#WHERESBERNIE CLUE #2 I'm checking out the home of this park's Reds, a franchise of the Polish-American Semiprofessional Baseball League from 1909-1919! Kosciuszko Park
#WHERESBERNIE CLUE #3 I'm looking for a park with a @CountyParks park with a spacious pavilion and a waterfront view... South Shore
#WHERESBERNIE CLUE #4 1 of MKE's 1st parks, it honors Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander Freiherr von ___. Try to fit that on a jersey! Humboldt Park
#WHERESBERNIE CLUE #5 School's out so I might see some @UWMadison students playing Ultimate Frisbee at this park close to campus. Brittingham Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #6 In the '40s, this park hosted ski jumps on its 77' long ski slide! Might try to take in a @TimberRattlers game tonight... Pierce Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #7 I wonder if @AaronRodgers12 ever went to this park where you're on your way to "Going Big in the Bay!" Aaron Rodgers? Joannes Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #8 I am getting back to nature in this Ozaukee Park! Tendick Nature Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #9 This @CountyParks tournament course really challenges my golf game! Brown Deer Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #10 This @CountyParks course on the north side of MKE is a great place to get in a quick 9 on an off day! Lincoln Park Golf Course
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #11 Celebrate a #Brewers victory on the newest & tallest waterslide tower in the @CountyParks! Lincoln Schultz Aquatic
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #12 This park on the northwest side of the city was the site of one of our Block Parties in '08! Sherman Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #13 For just $18, you can buy our Brew Crew & the Zoo pkg, but this park was the first home of the MKE County Zoo! Washington Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #14 Work off all those brats you had at the game last weekend at this urban community center. MLK Community Center
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #15 This "offic"ial location is listed on the National Register of Historic Places! Parks Administrative Building
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #16 I go here to "cool" off - with so many slides, it makes me feel at home! Cool Waters
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #17 At first I thought I was on the beach, but then realized I was just caught in the bunkers near the #17 green! Greenfield Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #18 These places remind me of being at Miller Park when the roof is closed! The Domes
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #19 This park was named in honor of the President who shares his number with Prince Fielder! Wilson Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #20 This park is a central part of a charming Milwaukee neighborhood created in the 1950s. Wedgewood Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #21 This West Bend park held its 75th Anniversary Party last year! Regner Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #22 Many couples stop at this Waukesha park after "Tying the Knot!" Frame Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #23 This Kenosha park was named for a car manufacturer! Nash Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #24 Bullpen catcher Marcus Hanel has probably visited this site of the first Blue Wave Beach in the state! Blue Wave, North Beach
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #25 Today I'm going to take a "ride" to this park, named in honor of this Civil War hero. Sheridan Park
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #26 All of those April showers are bringing May flowers here. I think I'll also check out Bird Fest! Whitnall Park/Botanical Gardens
#WHERESBERNIE Clue #27 No Par 5's on this regulation course-good news since I only have four fingers to count on! Grant Park

No purchase necessary to enter or win. "Where's Bernie? Scavenger Hunt" (the "Promotion") is open only to legal residents of the Fifty (50) United States and Washington, D.C. (other than Florida and New York) who are eighteen (18) years of age or older at the time of entry ("Eligible Participant(s)"). The Promotion begins Tuesday, May 24, 2011 and ends June 7, 2011, 2011 ("Entry Period"). Void where prohibited. See Official Rules for details.