If you weren't selected as a semi-finalist in the Sig Sauer Experience Center Punt for a Pickup with 97.5 WOKQ, there's one more chance for you to get in the game.

We've got one LAST SHOT for you to qualify and be in the possible running for a chance to try and kick a football into the flatbed of a truck to win $50K.

So how can you do that?

Make sure you head to the Sig Sauer Experience Center at 231 Exeter Road in Epping, New Hampshire, for 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 19.

You must be on-site to enter your name into the random drawing to be selected as the last semi-finalist.

If you are selected as the last semi-finalist through this Last Shot entry, you will join the other 29 semi-finalists already selected for a final random drawing. Of those selected to be semi-finalists, three entrants will be randomly chosen to be contestants and get the chance to kick a football into a truck for their shot at $50,000.

Think you have the kicking skills to make the money? Don't miss out.

You could be the lucky one that is our Last Shot semi-finalist.

Only one entry per person. You must be 18+ to enter.

Thanks to Innovative Auto Sales in Hooksett for providing the pickup.

Make sure to click here for full terms, conditions, and restrictions.

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Read on to explore the cost of gas over time and rediscover just how much a gallon was when you first started driving.

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