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KNBA End of Year Sweepstakes


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As we end 2020,  KNBA is asking for your support to keep us going strong.  It’s the support of KNBA members that allows us to share Alaska Native programs, News and stories to a local, national, and global audience all while discovering and listening to Music that Matters.    

We want you to be a part of our KNBA End-of-The-Year Sweepstakes! Make an End-of-Year donation of $120 or more and you’ll be automatically entered in a Sweepstakes where the winner will get $500 cash. 


KNBA End-of-Year Sweepstakes


Prize Description: $500 cash prize

Each person who makes a donation of $120 or above during KNBA’s End-of-the-Year campaign at from December 21-31 2020 will be automatically entered in the sweepstakes. Free entry in the sweepstakes can be made by emailing Kayla Rearden at KNBA, No entries will be accepted after 12 PM, Dec. 31, 2020.  Entrants must be 18 years of age or older. KNBA or Koahnic Broadcast Corporation employees or their immediate families are not eligible. KNBA will conduct a random drawing to determine the winner. We'll announce the winner name on-air during KNBA’s Morning Line program, 8-9AM, Fri., Jan. 15th, 2021. Do not need to be listening to win. The winner will be notified by phone or email and must claim the prize within 7 days of notification. The winner must sign a release form allowing KNBA to use his/her name, picture and voice recording for promotional purposes. All decisions of KNBA management are final. 


Thank you to KNBA’s awesome members!

Loren’s been on the Radio in Anchorage for 30 years. Since the mid 80's he's worked with Anchorage radio stations including KWHL, KFQD, KKLV, and KMXS. His passion for Music and the 'Triple-A' radio format began in the early 90’s which led to him to help establish the format for KNBA when the station signed on in 1996. When not on the radio hosting a music show and interviewing local and national music acts, he may be on a long road trip or you’ll find him hanging out at his log cabin in the quiet, but bear filled hillside valley of his hometown Anchorage.