“SUPER SUMMER” GIVEAWAY RULES – 2013

“SUPER SUMMER” GIVEAWAY RULES – 2013

To qualify, simply register at any of our designated Super Summer Giveaway “Live Broadcast” events throughout the summer. One name will be drawn at the conclusion of each event to be a finalist for the grand prizes. Drawing will be done by a representative of the participating business. All selections are final. KMIT and Kool-98 are not responsible for lost or non legible entry blanks.
Qualifying finalist’s names will be aired on both stations. Finalists will also be notified via mail or telephone of details regarding the final giveaway event in September.
Persons must be at least 16 years old to register. A parent or guardian, over age 21, must be present at the final prize drawing if qualifier is under the age of 21.
Final prizes will be awarded in September at our Super Summer Giveaway party at the Depot in Mitchell.
Prizes will include, but not limited to, $5,000 cash to one finalist. Two airlines tickets to anywhere in the continental United States to one finalist. (Ticket cost shall not exceed $850). Tickets must be purchased by December 31st, 2013. If winner chooses not to purchase airline tickets, this prize is redeemable for $500 cash.
One super grille supplied by the Mitchell Sears store to one finalist. Prize valued at $700. Other cash prizes will be awarded.
Winners are responsible for all applicable taxes on prizes awarded.

Employees of KMIT and Kool-98 and their immediate families are not eligible to win. Other general contest rules may apply/ See general contest rules for more information.

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