Join us for the Chamber’s Santa Buck Giveaway Thursday, Dec. 19

Ponca City Now - December 16, 2019 11:56 am

Join us Thursday night on KLOR 99.3 FM and KPNC 100.7 FM for the Santa Buck Giveaway, sponsored by the Ponca City Chamber of Commerce!
Starting at 7 p.m., we’ll broadcast the winning numbers as they are drawn at the Chamber office.
Numbers will be drawn for four $500 winners, two $1,000 winners, and ONE $5,000 WINNER! If necessary, additional numbers will be drawn for each prize until a winner is announced.
What if your number is called? You must first call the Chamber within five minutes to verify you have the winning ticket number. Then you will be given a certain amount of time to drive to the Chamber office at Fifth Street and Grand Avenue to redeem the winning ticket.  Driving time is determined by where the winner lives. Don’t forget to take your ticket with  you! The Chamber’s phone numbers for the evening are (580) 765-4400 or toll free at 1-866-763-8092. Call these numbers ONLY IF YOU HAVE A WINNING NUMBER. Do not call to ask that the number be repeated!
Again, to win:
  • Listen to KLOR or KPNC starting by 7 p.m.
  • You must have the correct ticket
  • Phone the Chamber Office and then
  • Present the ticket at the office.
In addition, KLOR and KPNC will have an extra $1,000 in Chamber Bucks for the winner of our “Phrase That Pays,”  which will take place immediately after the $5,000 Santa Buck prize is won. Stay tuned in for the chance to be our lucky bonus winner! We’ll announce the special number for you to call on the air.
Downtown Party
During the Santa Buck Giveaway on Thursday, Dec. 19, Cheeky Burger Food Truck will be at the Chamber.  Come on downtown and listen for your numbers, eat great food and have fun!  Several downtown businesses will be having listening parties.
 
 

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