WJBC’s ‘Back to Normal’ Giveaway

WJBC is ready to GET BACK TO NORMAL, so we’re going to Normal, IL!

We’ve teamed up with several local businesses in Normal so you can spend the day getting ‘Back to Normal’ and supporting our community.

One winner will receive everything in the Back to Normal prize pack:

  1. The Olive Bin – $25 gift card
  2. Uptown Gifts & Accessories – $25 gift card
  3. Moe’s Southwest Grill – Fajita Kit with cookies & iced tea
  4. Wild Country – Osprey Daylight Pack ($60 value)
  5. OhmFit Activewear – $25 gift card
  6. Firehouse Pizza – $50 in gift certificates
  7. Children’s Discovery Museum – Admission up to 6 people ($48 value)
  8. Normal Theater – 4 passes with popcorn
  9. The Garlic Press – $25 gift card

Register to win with your WJBC VIP Club account by Clicking Here.

If you are not already a member, sign up HERE for free.

Register before 11:59pm on Monday, May 31st. We will draw and contact one winner on Tuesday, June 1st.

Click Here for Official Contest Rules


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