Eagle Country 99.3 Lunch Bunch
Who wants lunch? We’re buying! Eagle Country 99.3 wants you to join our Lunch Bunch.
Tag along with an Eagle Country 99.3 personality – Bubba Bo, Robb Reel, Bob Shannon, or Mike Perleberg – for lunch on the house at the tasty, new Buffalo Wings & Rings in Greendale, Indiana.
Use the form below to enter to win a lunch party for your office staff, work crew, friends or family at Buffalo Wings & Rings. You can bring up to 10 people total.
There’s a new Lunch Bunch winner every other week. Just be sure to finish your chicken wings before Bubba Bo snags ‘em (just kidding, of course).
Buffalo Wings & Rings. Game time just got better. You’ll feel like a VIP with 48 plus TVs, serious craft beers, and chef-inspired flavors for every fan, from fresh, never frozen wings and homemade bleu cheese dressing to gourmet burgers, and fresh salads. Try one of over 45 wing flavor and heat combinations.
Lunch Bunch Drawing Registration
LUNCH BUNCH RULES:
Must be 18 or older to enter and win.
Eagle Country 99.3 will randomly select a winner from the entries every other Wednesday (subject to change) starting July 27, 2016. The winner will be promptly notified by phone and/or email by Eagle Country 99.3 staff.
The lunch party will be for up to 10 people, plus one Eagle Country 99.3 personality.
The lunch party must be held at Buffalo Wings & Rings, 1607 Flossie Drive, in Greendale, Indiana on the second Wednesday following (14 days after) the drawing. The lunch party must begin between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., with start time to be determined by the winner.
Each lunch party member will receive one free entree and one free drink from Buffalo Wings & Rings. Alcohol is not included.
Eagle Country 99.3 will supply the tip for the wait staff.
Winners will not be eligible to win any other Eagle Country 99.3 contest for 30 days.
Each entrant must agree to be added to Buffalo Wings & Rings Greendale’s e-mailing list.
Find Eagle Country 99.3’s full contest rules here.
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