WYTE Who Stole 20-In-A-Row with Romano’s CONTEST Rules Addendum
These contest rules are specific to the WYTE Who Stole 20-In-A-Row Contest (the “Contest”) conducted by NRG Media, LLC d/b/a WHTQ (the “Company” or the “Station”). These rules are intended to supplement the General Contest Rules, however, to the extent that the General Contest Rules differ from these rules, these rules will govern and control with respect to this Contest. A copy of these specific contest rules and the Station’s General Contest Rules are available at the Station’s studio at 2301 Plover Road, Plover, WI 54467 during normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and on the contest page on the Station’s website at http://www.y1065.com/.
The WYTE “Who Stole 20-In-A-Row with Romano’s” Contest will run from 5/20/19 through 06/14/19. The winners of the contest will be determined throughout the run of the contest.
Who Can Enter:
To enter, contestants must be residents of the State of Wisconsin, who are 18 years of age or older on or before May 20, 2019. You can only qualify once, and you can only win the Grand Prize once. Only one winner per household.
How to Play:
Listen to WYTE during the contest period (5/20/19-06/14/19) weekdays Monday – Thursdays starting at approximately 8:50am, 11:30am and 4:20pm. When we start 20 songs in a row keep track of how many songs in a row have played. Then when you hear the Romano’s Who Stole 20-In-A-Row Sounder be the first person to call the studio line at 715-342-9983 or 1-800-967-9983. Correctly tell us how many songs were played in a row before the sounder, and you will win a Free Pizza Certificate to Romano’s Pizza in Nekoosa. Listeners will also be entered in the Weekly Grand Prize Drawings to win $500.00. You may only win a Free Pizza Certificate once for the run of the contest. Must be 18 years of age. Contest will not run on 5/27/19
The Weekly Grand Prize drawings will take place each Friday (5/24, 5/31, 6/7 and 6/14) between 7-8am. Winners’ name will be read on-air and contacted by phone.
The time delay between Over-the-Air Analog Single and Internet Broadcast: Due to the time delay that exists between the station’s analog over-the-air signal and the station’s online webcast, listeners who listen to the station online may hear the cue-to-call later than listening to the station’s analog over-the-air single. As a result, the odds of an online listener winning this contest may be diminished.
See General Contest Rules for additional eligibility requirements.
(45) Listeners will win a Free Pizza Certificate to Romano’s Pizza in Nekoosa.
Grand Prize Winners:
Four (4) Winners will win $500 in the form of a check.
Station reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater value for all contests and giveaways. Prizes are not redeemable for cash. No transfer or assignment of prizes is allowed.
Prizes not claimed within 30 days of being awarded, or in the case of a time-sensitive prize, within its period of usability, shall be considered forfeited and will become property of the Station. Such a prize may be disposed of at the discretion of Station Management.
Winners are responsible for paying all applicable local, county, state and federal taxes on prizes based on the estimated retail value of the prize, as set forth in the contest rules, and will be issued an IRS 1099 form for all prizes won from the Station where the aggregate value of all prizes is $600 or more.
By participating in this contest, each contestant hereby consents to the Company’s use of following for on-air broadcast and for advertising and promotional purposes without payment of additional consideration: contestant’s name; voice; likeness; biographical information; his/her participation in the contest; and the substance of the contestant’s telephone call.
Odds of Winning/Miscellaneous
Odds of winning a Free Pizza Certificate from Roman’s depends on the number of calls. Odds of winning the Grand Prize is 1:45.
Complete contest rules are available at the Station studios at 2301 Plover Road, Plover, WI 54467 during normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday;
Station is not responsible for crashes or slowdowns caused by network congestion, viruses, sabotage, satellite failures, phone line failures, electrical outages, natural disasters, Acts of God or man. Station is not responsible for any error or technical malfunctions associated that may affect any entrant’s ability to enter, win, or be properly considered in this Contest, regardless of the cause.
Station contests are subject to all applicable laws and regulations and are void where prohibited.
Station reserves the right to change, alter or modify these rules at any time with or without written notice. Material changes to the contest rules will be broadcast on-air, when practical.
Station reserves the right to end or stop any contest at any time and for any reason.
Winner, on his own behalf and on behalf of Winner’s heirs, successors or assigns, in consideration of participation in a contest, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, does hereby COVENANT TO FULLY RELEASE AND FOREVER DISCHARGE NRG Media, WHTQ, contest sponsors, and each of their subsidiaries, affiliates, related entities, directors, officers, employees, agents, and representatives, from and against any and all actions, charges, claims, losses, costs, damages, expenses (including attorneys’ fees and expenses) and liabilities of any kind or character, whether known or unknown, in connection with, arising out of or in any way related to Winner’s participation in or winning of any contest and/or acceptance, award, ownership or use of prize after it is awarded.
Persons who violate any rule, gain unfair advantage in participating in the Contest, or obtain winner status using fraudulent means will be disqualified. ANY ATTEMPT BY A CONTESTANT OR ANY OTHER INDIVIDUAL TO DELIBERATELY CIRCUMVENT, DISRUPT OR DAMAGE ORDINARY AND NORMAL OPERATION OF THIS CONTEST, TELEPHONE SYSTEMS OR WEBSITE, OR UNDERMINE THE LEGITIMATE OPERATION OF THE CONTEST IS A VIOLATION OF CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LAWS AND SHOULD SUCH AN ATTEMPT BE MADE, COMPANY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SEEK DAMAGES FROM ANY SUCH PARTICIPATE TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.