Maxwell, Pam and Heather’s Winning Shot

Maxwell, Pam and Heather’s Winning Shot

The MADNESS continues into April with your chance to win a pair of choice tickets to the Eagles at Wells Fargo Arena September 6th with Maxwell, Pam and Heather’s Winning Shot.

Register below by Noon on Friday, April 4th for your chance to compete in a game of EAGLES!  On Friday afternoon, four randomly selected entries will be picked to compete at Merle Hay Mall at 11am this Saturday.

For your final chance to qualify, register at the KIOA Table at Merle Hay Mall from 10am – 10:45am on Saturday, April 5th.

On Saturday, April 5th, Merle Hay Mall also welcomes the Easter Bunny including free train rides, free face painting, free petting zoo, prizes and more from Noon – 2pm.

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