WJBC’s 12 Days of Scott-mas Giveaway

WJBC and The Scott Miller Show are in the giving spirit this holiday season with the 12 Days of Scott-mas contest!

Listen every weekday beginning December 9th thru 24th to The Scott Miller Show, 6am to 10am for the cue to call. When you hear the cue to call, be caller six to 309-829-2345 to win!

Each winner will receive a 12 Days of Scott-mas prize pack including prizes from local businesses – total prize value is over $200!!

The prize pack includes:

  1. Moe’s Southwest Grill – Fajita Kit
  2. Casey’s Garden Shop & Florist – Fruit Basket
  3. The Garlic Press – Oil & Vinegar Pairing PLUS a medium bag of popcorn
  4. Wild Country – Two pairs of wool socks
  5. Denny’s Doughnuts and Bakery – One dozen decorated cookies
  6. The Olive Bin – Most Popular Triple Set (includes oil & vinegar)
  7. Parkway Auto Laundry – Royale Car Wash
  8. Prep Freeze Cook – One free meal
  9. DP Dough – Gift card
  10. Pheasant Lanes – Gift card
  11. The Scott Miller Show Face Mask (sponsored by Casey’s Garden Shop & Florist)
  12. WJBC T-shirt

Click here for official contest rules.


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