Keyword to Cash

Keyword to Cash


KEYWORD TO CASH
 is back!

Your day on the job could be worth even MORE with THREE chances to win $1,000!

HERE’S HOW TO PLAY:

• Listen to ‘KLH WEEKDAYS starting Monday, Sept 15th thru Friday, Oct 10th
• You’ll hear a KEYWORD at 8am, Noon and 3pm
• When you do, TEXT it to 77000 within 10 minutes after the hour
• If your text is randomly selected, you’ll receive a phone call. Answer within 5 minutes to win $1,000!

NEW $10,000 GRAND PRIZE!
On October 10th one lucky listener will win a $5,000 Cash Grand Prize AND a $5,000 donation to the non-profit charity of their choice! (only open to members of the text club, so be sure you join)

 

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Wanna receive a text reminder just before it’s time to play?  Text TELL to 77000 to join the “reminder club.”

 


All KEYWORD TO CASH rules and WKLH General Contest Rules apply.



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