Hi Lo is BACK!!!!

Your favorite cash game is back just in time for Summer!! Hi-Lo is returning to Candy 95 to put EVEN MORE CASH in your pocket. If you’re new to the game here’s how you play:

1) When it’s time to play be the correct caller and make a guess
2) We’ll tell you if your guess is too high, too low, or right on the money.
3) If you guess the exact amount of the jackpot…you keep the cash. That simple.

We start a new jackpot each week. Listen all week and keep track of the guesses. Each incorrect guess narrows it down a little more.

REMEMBER: Play smart. If no one guesses the jackpot by the time we stop playing Friday night, it resets the next week.

Play yourself, play as a team with your friends and coworkers, but remember…listen often to give yourself the best shot at FREE CASH!!

COMPLETE CONTEST RULES

The specific rules for this Contest written below are in addition to “Candy 95.1 General Contest Rules”.
Contest Name: ‘Candy 95 Hi/Lo’ (the ‘contest’)
Station: Candy 95 – KNDE(FM), College Station/Bryan, TX (the “Stations(s)”)
Station Business Address: 2700 Earl Rudder Freeway S, Suite5000, College Station, TX 77845
Station Business Telephone: 979-695-9595
1. Description of Contest/Promotion.
A. DATE OF CONTEST: 5/7/2012 – 06/22/2012
B. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE ODDS OF WINNING. Void where prohibited. Odds of winning depend upon the number of participants.
C. HOW TO ENTER: Listeners are asked to call in to the Candy 95 Request Line (979-764-9595) upon cue to participate between the hours of 6am-10am, 10am-2pm, 2pm-6pm, and 6pm-10pm, Monday through Friday.
D. HOW TO PLAY: At each time of play, the announcer on the air will solicit ‘the correct’ caller to 979-764-9595. The announcer will choose the caller number at random for each game play. The caller number will be announced before any call is answered. The ‘correct’ caller will guess the total money amount in the current jackpot. If the ‘correct’ caller guesses the exact dollar amount, that winning amount will be awarded to the caller providing that the caller meets all eligibility requirements. If the guess is either high or low, it will be announced. Contest amounts will be recorded before the beginning of the new jackpot total and will be on file with the General Manager. In the event that no caller identifies the exact jackpot amount by the last guess of the week, no jackpot will be awarded that week. If the correct jackpot amount is identified anytime during the week, a new jackpot will be set and game play will continue throughout the week. A new jackpot amount will be set before the first guess each Monday during the contest period.
E. ELIGIBILITY: This is a local contest sponsored by Candy 95. The Contest is open to all Candy 95 listeners 18 or older. There is no restriction as to how many times a listener can guess the total amount, providing the listener is the correct caller to participate. Winners can win prize no more than one (1) time each thirty (30) days. Any prizes not awarded due to ineligibility of contestant are returned to the Station for reuse. See “Candy 95 General Contest Rules”, for important
additional eligibility information.
F. PHONE LINES: The Station is not responsible for loss of phone signal and dropped calls. If call is lost, announcer will take the next caller in queue to take a guess at the jackpot.
G. PRIZES: Cash in the amount of each individual jackpot. Other prizes may be awarded. All prizes must be accepted as awarded and are non-transferable. Prize will be awarded in the form of a check from Candy 95’s parent company, Bryan Broadcasting. After identification procedure and forms are satisfactorily completed, Station will mail winner a check at the address furnished for the gross amount won within 6 to 8 weeks of winning. HiLo jackpots will always be between $1 and $3000. Should an incorrect jackpot
amount outside this range be established, the station has the right to correct
the error and establish a new jackpot and will announce that a new jackpot is
active.
H. All decisions of Candy95 announcers, management, and staff are final.