Win a Cinco de Moe’s Party

WJBC and The Scott Miller Show has an opportunity for you to win a Cinco de Moe’s party for up to 20 people in May!

Every Tuesday, visit one of the Bloomington-Normal Moe’s Southwest Grill locations and complete a slip to put in the registration box. When you do this, you will be entered to win a Cinco de Moe’s Party in May.

The Cinco de Moe’s Party includes a Fajita bar with Moe’s famous queso for up to 20 people – don’t miss out on this great prize!

When you listen to The Scott Miller Show on Tuesday’s between 6am and 10am, you also have the chance to win a $10 gift certificate to use at Moe’s Southwest Grill in Bloomington-Normal. When Scott Miller plays the cue-to-call, call the WJBC studio at 309-829-2345 for your chance to win.

Moe’s Southwest Grill has two locations in Bloomington-Normal:

Check out any of these Special Offers from Moe’s Southwest Grill every week:

  • Moe Monday – $6.99 includes choice of burrito, chips & salsa, and a drink
  • On Tuesday get Two Tacos – $6.99 includes two tacos, chips & salsa, and a drink
  • Sunday Kids Eat Free with an adult purchase
  • Meal Kits – Choice of Nacho Kit, Taco Kit, or Fajita Kit – Feeds 4 to 6 people, includes meats, beans, queso, chips, toppings, etc – Prices start at $29.99

Click Here for Complete Contest Rules


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