Money Radio 1200 Contest Rules
Money Radio 1200 PSA Contest Rules
Last Updated October 8th
Contests is open to all Money Radio 1200 (KPSF) listeners 18 years of age or older except promotional partners, CRC Broadcasting employees and their immediate families, their successors, clients, program hosts and participants, agents, affiliates and subsidiaries.
Businesses may nominate their favorite charity by emailing their business name and the charity of their choice to email@example.com
The first business to nominate a charity will be paired with that charity for recognition purposes. Business may submit multiple charities for voting consideration only.
Nominees must be Coachella Valley based 501(C)3 charities.
Twelve nonprofit winners will be selected in the following manner: The top six charities with the most nominations. Plus a second six nominated charities that cover the eclectic mix of the Coachella Valley.
Winning charities will receive 100 thirty second commercial per month for six months ($15,000 value to each charity, $180,000 total value of the PSA donation). Initial nominating businesses will receive recognition on-air with list of winners.
By participating in contests, winners and participants agree to have their name, voice and/or likeness used in any broadcasting material relating to contests and must sign a waiver stating so prior to receipt of the prize.
There is no purchase necessary to participate in KPSF contests.
Contests void where prohibited by law.
Contest rules may vary with individual contests. Contests are governed by these general rules and any additional and/or amended rules. Contest rules are available during regular business hours at Money Radio 1200, 75-153 Merle Dr, Suite D, Palm Desert, CA 92211 or online at www.moneyradio.com.
KPSF reserves the right to amend contest rules anytime. Any changes to rules are available in writing and effective upon announcement. The decision of KPSF management with regard to KPSF contests is final. By participating in contests, entrants, winners and guests agree to be bound by contest rules. Failure to comply with contest rules may result in disqualification.