Santas Stash of Cash Contest 2021 on KLOR and KPNC

Beverly Cantrell - December 1, 2021 10:39 am

KLOR/KPNC- Santas Stash Contest

Santas Stash is hidden in “plain sight” somewhere in Ponca City.

Listen weekdays during the “Morning Shows” for a simulcast on 99.3 FM KLOR and 100.7 FM KPNC between 8:30 am and 9:00 am for the clue of the day. Each day a new clue will be given until we have a winner. If you are the correct number caller after you hear the clue, with the precise location of Santas Stash of Cash, you win $1,500 in Santa’s Stash Cash that spends like real cash at participating contest sponsors.

Santas Stash sponsors include: McGee Jewelers, Brown Tag Agency in Blackwell, IQ Carwash, Honey Bee Boutique, Plaza Wine & Spirits, Highway 60 Tires, Brandts Ace Hardware, Spray’s Jewelry and Gifts, Napoli’s Italian Restaurant, Sharp’s Pawn Shop, Pioneer Veterinarian Clinic & Pet Resort, and Mandy’s Cafe in Shidler.

Santas Stash of Cash Clues:

#1 – I am not the clock at City Hall.

#2 – I have been around a while for sure.

#3 – I never change, but my neighbors do.

#4 – I am old enough to drive, if only I could.

#5 – I am not moving to California with Lincoln Riley.

#6 – Just like other Santa Stashes, there are more than one of me.

#7 – I am part of the key to finding where X marks the spot.

#8 – What part of town am I in? You will have to wait until Monday to find out.

#9 – The light’s so much brighter there. You can forget all your troubles, forget all your cares.

#10 – Actually X marquees the spot.

#11 – Forest Gump told President Kennedy about me.

Santa Stash clues will be posted on poncacitynow.com each weekday until we have a winner!

Good luck and thank you for listening to your locally owned and operated radio stations KPNC and KLOR!

 

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