I get excited when I receive two scratch tickets in a birthday card. Can you imagine the sheer delight you would feel if some handed you 50 SCRATCH TICKETS?! That is precisely what we are doing for the next few Thursdays on "Kira and Logan in the Morning". Let me back it up a smidge.We have partnered with NH State Lottery on their $5 Big Country Cash scratch tickets! This scratch ticket is such a perfect fit for our country listening and loving audience. WHY? Not only is there a grand prize of $100,000 (which is nothing to sneeze at), but there is a second chance drawing to join country star Lee Brice on the road. The moral of the story? You losing tickets still could win you a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Here's Maura from the NH State Lottery explaining how that works:

So how do you get your paws on one (or 50) of these fantastic scratch tickets? Here are a few ways:

  • You can buy them wherever scratch tickets are sold in the great state of New Hampshire.
  • You could listen intently to Kira and Logan in the Morning for the next few Thursdays. Between the hours of 6:30am and 8:30am, we will be playing "Know the Show for some Dough". Around 8:35, we will be asking 3 very simple questions about things we talked about on the show. If you can answer the 3 questions correctly, you will be skipping away with 50 $5 Big Country Cash scratch tickets.

We play "Know the Show for some Dough" on Thursday April 8th, Thursday April 15th, and Thursday April 22nd on Kira and Logan in the Morning. GOOD LUCK, or as they say in the Hunger Games movies, "may the odds be ever in your favor".

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