Rules

The “KIOA Classic Car-X Giveaway” is a custom contest in which one person will win a 1967 Oldsmobile 4-4-2, valued at $16,500. Patrons can enter at various contest appearances between June 1st and July 14th, 2013. Listeners must fill out a registration slip and correctly identify the combined number of keys and cassette tapes in the Key Case. If the exact number is not guessed, the 25 patrons that come the closest the correct number without going over will be declared qualifiers. If any ties occur then the tying patrons will be placed in a random drawing. Only one entry per person per contest appearance will be accepted. Employees and their families of KIOA, Saga Communications, and Car-X are not eligible to win. Times and locations of the contest appearances will be broadcast on KIOA and listed on kioa.com through the duration of the contest. The Grand Prize giveaway will take place on Saturday July 20th. At the giveaway the person who guesses the correct number will be declared the winner if more than one person guesses the correct number those patrons will be placed in to a random drawing and one will be chosen. If the correct number is not guessed than the number closest to the correct number without going over will be declared the winner, if there is a tie the patrons that guessed the closest number without going over will be placed into a random drawing and one winner will be drawn. The Grand Prize winner assumes responsibility for any and all applicable fees as a result of and associated with winning the Grand Prize. For more info or a complete set of rules please visit kioa.com.


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