WJBC Green Gables Golden Ticket Giveaway!

ATTENTION: The Legendary home of the Lake Bloomington smash burger, Green Gables, is opening Sunday, May 19!!!!

But don’t worry about long lines and looking for a table. The Scott Miller Show is hooking 30 listeners up with a Green Gables Golden Ticket! You and a guest get a free meal AND get in before they open to the public. This is a Scott Miller Show WJBC exclusive party on Saturday, May 18!

Be listening weekday mornings to WJBC starting Monday, May 6 for your chance to win a Green Gables Golden Ticket on The Scott Miller Show!

  • Green Gables will be Open 7 days a week starting May 19
  • Lunch starts at 11am and the store opens at 6:30am
  • Green Gables will have bait and tackle!
  • They will have a small grocery section to accommodate your boating, fishing and camping needs
  • Yes Green Gables will have Package liquor for sale
  • Be on the lookout for New merchandise and New fun shirts!!
  • AND WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE THE HUGE BEER GARDEN!!! Open daily rain or shine!
  • Don’t worry the menu is UNCHANGED! Come back for ALL of your old favorites!
  • No reservations, first come first serve seating with help from our new host position! 
  • Kid arcade games will return
  • Adult gaming will return


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