Control Your Clutter with a Makeover from Storage Options & Solutions

WJBC and Storage Options & Solutions have teamed up to control your clutter. Whether it’s in your closet, garage, man cave, pantry, laundry room or office, you could win a complete makeover valued at over $6,000!

Listen to AM 1230 and FM 102.1 WJBC every Thursday and Friday during The Scott Miller Show (6:00-10:00am) and Blake Hass (4:00-6:00pm) for your cue to call. When you hear the cue to call, be caller 9 to 309-829-2345 and you’ll be qualified to win a makeover for your home!

You can only qualify once in this contest and there’s only one qualifier per household.

All qualifiers will gather at Storage Options & Solutions (1716 RT Dunn Dr. in Bloomington) on Monday, October 3rd from 5:30 to 7:00pm for the grand prize drawing where one person will walk away with a prize valued at over $6,000!

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Find complete contest rules here.


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