Live Free for a Month Rules 2014

Live Free for a Month Rules 2014

Live free Rules – 2014

KMIT / Kool-98 could be paying your bills for the month of February in the “Live Free for a Month” contest!

Be listening 4 times each weekday for the winning word of the hour to be announced. Later in that hour, we’ll ask for the winning word for that hour. Be the first caller with the correct winning word, and you’ll be qualified for the grand prize. All on-air contesting on KMIT uses phone number (605) 996-1751. Contest phone numbers for Kool-98 are (605) 996-1100 and (800) 566-5983 (Kool-98-3).

The grand prize includes up to $600 toward your monthly rent or mortgage, plus we’ll pay your February heat and electric bills. The grand prize winner also receives a half-hog from Mitchell Locker, valued up to $200, and a party platter from Quiznos ($40 value)!

Qualifiers are also eligible to win weekly prizes, including a $10 meat certificate from Mitchell Locker, a $20 Quiznos gift card, and $20 in free fuel from Graham Mobil. Weekly winners will be drawn and announced the following Monday morning.

The KMIT / Kool-98 live free for a month contest begins Monday, February 3rd and ends on Friday, February 28th. The grand prize winner will be drawn at random and announced on Monday, March 3rd. Only 1 person per household is eligible to qualify during the contest. Employees of KMIT/Kool-98 and their immediate family members are not eligible to win. General contest rules also apply to the “Live Free for a Month” contest.

It’s the ‘Live Free for a Month’ contest, from Bliss Bridal of Mitchell, and KMIT / Kool-98!

General Contest Rules

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