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92 Days of Summer Grand Prize Party

September 3, 2014 - 3:00 pm - 9:15 pm at Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa
4876 Haxton Way Trail

Join Classic Rock 92.9 KISM for the Grand Prize Party for the 92 Days of Summer Wednesday, September 3rd at the Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa.

If you are a finalist, you must check-in between 5:30pm – 6:45pm at the Event Center inside of the Silver Reef.

If you are not a finalist, but you’re hoping to secure one of the 10 final spots, you can register beginning at 3pm at the KISM broadcast tent in front of the Silver Reef. ┬áRegistration closes at 7pm.

Just by attending the Grand Prize Party you could win some great door prizes to be announced soon.

The 92 Days of Summer Grand Prize Party is Wednesday, September 3rd, doors open to the Event Center at 5:30p, and all who attend must be at least 21 years of age.

 

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