Kenny Chesney is coming to Seattle and we want to send you! There are a few different ways to win! Facebook is the first, go to the KORD Facebook page and at the top of the page, you will find the easiest contest you will ever enter. All you have to do is drop a comment below the post and will be automatically entered into the drawing. The drawing will be held on Thursday morning. Two winners will be chosen at random and contacted by Woody or Janis.

Another way to win is the KORD mobile app. Don't have the mobile app yet? No worries, you still have time, here is how to get it downloaded...

Pull out that mobile device, go straight to your iPhone app store or your Google Play store and search for 1027 KORD. You will see the one and only, click on the Kord icon and hit INSTALL. It only takes a moment and you are downloaded! Once it is installed you will have the option to "open" the app, open the app!

You will then be prompted to make a decision... this is the crucial decision, so choose wisely. You will read the following message, "Location Service: In order to receive weather and location-based push notifications, please enable location services on the next prompt," hit OK. You will then have a selection of notifications you would like to receive, you want to enable the "exclusives." This is where it all happens! By accepting exclusive notifications, you will receive alerts telling you when to call to win prizes.

Woody and Janis will be sending out a push notification, prompting you to be caller twelve, Thursday morning and give away four pairs of Kenny Chesney tickets. This feels like cheating by giving this much information out! It all happens Thursday morning and all before 10:00 a.m. So go get that app downloaded and be ready to call. You can even program our number (509-547-5673) and be one step closer to being caller number twelve.

 

 

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