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Select A Set Weekend



Presented by the Physicians Plus-Meriter Polar Dash, Saturday January 25th. 

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You make the call this weekend on 105.5 Triple M.  Give us a set of your favortie Triple M songs and we're going to play back your suggestions all weekend long.  



BONUS: If we select your set, you'll will a Three CD Prize Pack from the Triple M Muisc Library.  Value $30

DOUBLE BONUS: We'll select one grand prize winner from the entries to win a pair of tickets to see all of the following February shows.  Value $246



How to enter:
  • Just fill out this short form with your name, city, phone number, email address and up to seven songs in your set .   The information will only be used to contact you, if you are selected as a winning entry.  We'd also love to record you introducing your set, so make sure to leave a phone # where we can contact you!  Privacy PolicyGeneral Contest Rules.

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