2015 Wake Up Call

2015 Wake Up Call

 

Keep your phone close by because MORE 104.9 is giving Wake Up Calls everyday Monday – Friday at 7:40am!  Kevin & Rhiannon would love to call YOU…

Here’s what you need to do be eligible to receive our Wake Up Call.  Stop into any of our sponsors and pick up an official card, or register online below.  Fill out the card and mail back to us.  If you register online, simply hit submit and your entered.

Weekday mornings Kevin & Rhiannon will chose a card at random and call that person directly.  If that person answers their call they win the prize of the day AND a free coffee from Black Earth Java in Spencer!!  If the listener does not answer the phone, they still have until 3pm to call in and win the prize of the day, but they can’t win the free coffee.

Plus, everyone who wins during the month will have a chance to win the $200 jackpot on MORE 104.9!

See complete contest rules.

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