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By entering a contest sponsored by KD Country, you agree to abide by our contest rules. KD Country has one winner per household per calendar  month for all contests.

You must be at least 18 years old to enter and win KD Country's contests.

Employees of DJ Broadcasting, Inc., WKDE AM & FM and their immediate families are not eligible to win. Employees and immediate families of contest sponsors are not eligible to win.

Prizes awarded by DJ Broadcasting, Inc./WKDE AM & FM may be picked up at our station's studios at 200 Frazier Road, Altavista, Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM. Certain contests may involve a different prize delivery mechanism, such as mailing prizes from another location or ticket pickup at a will-call window. In the case of will-call tickets, we will submit the name of the winner to the box office and the winner will be required to present identification to pick up the tickets. Will-call tickets are not transferable.

We are not responsible for delivery delays, lost or stolen mail if you request that your prize be mailed to you. We are not responsible for loss or damage if you delegate someone else to pick up your prize for you.

We are not responsible for any telephone problems which may prevent you from connecting to our phone numbers during call-in-to-win contests.

Prize winners are responsible for all taxes, tariffs, fees or other expenses related to their prize. If a prize is valued at more than $600, we will request information so that we can issue a 1099 form to the winner for tax purposes.

In the event of a dispute regarding a prize, we will make every effort to work with you, but please understand that our decision is final. If the prize you won becomes unavailable, we reserve the right to substitute another prize of like value.

By entering a contest, you give us permission to use your voice and name on the air, and your name and image on our web site and in our promotional advertising.

Management may change the rules of a contest, length of time a contest runs or terminate a contest early.

Prizes may be revoked if it is determined that a rules violation, fraud or cheating has occurred. Persons found ineligible to win for these reasons are ineligible to win any future contests.

 
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