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Join us Thursday for Santa Bucks Giveaway!

Team Radio Marketing Group - December 20, 2017 4:17 pm

Join us at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21, at KLOR Radio (99.3 FM) and KPNC Radio (100.7 FM) as we simulcast the Santa Bucks Giveaway drawing!

We’ll keep you up to the second with the drawing, with the first number being drawn and announced at 7 p.m.

If you hear your ticket announced on the radio, you have five minutes to phone the Chamber office at (580) 765-4400 or toll free at 866-763-8092 to let us know you have the winning ticket. Then you will have, depending on your location, up to one hour to present the ticket at the Chamber office, located at Fifth Street and Grand Avenue. You must first phone the Chamber Office with your winning ticket number and then present your ticket at the Chamber Office in order to win.

For quick reference, participants are advised to arrange their tickets in numeric sequence, and make a list of the numbers on one piece of paper. Remember, you must be 18 years of age or older to participate. Proof of age, social security number, home address, and phone number are required for claiming a prize.

Following the announcement of the final winner, KLOR and KPNC, as part of Team Radio Marketing Group, will have an additional “Phrase That Pays” contest. Listen carefully as the phrase is announced on air, then be the correct caller to claim the big prize!

Best wishes and thanks for Shopping Ponca FIRST!


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