Home Grown Local Radio Scavenger Hunt: Part II
Our Home Grown Local Radio Scavenger Hunt is sponsored by Cub Foods of Brainerd and Baxter, Squirrelly Mama in Crosslake, Station 371 in Pine River, Lakes Area Title of Crosslake, Joe’s Pizza in Pequot Lakes, Crosslake Drug, Tyke’s Carpet Castle in Brainerd, Simply Rustic Floral Design in Crosslake, Riverwood Healthcare, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center, Thurlow Hardware in Pequot Lakes, Brandl Chevrolet in Aitkin, Canvas Tech of Pine River, It’s a Wing-Ding Thing in Pequot Lakes, National Loon Center in Crosslake, and Bliss Salon and Boutique in Pequot Lakes.
The first clue will be given on Monday, August 9th on all six R & J Broadcasting, Inc. stations during the 7am hour and then again on all stations at the 11am and 3pm hours. A new clue will be released every day until the certificate is found (for up to 10 days), new hunts will all begin on the following Monday. Previous clues can be found on our Facebook pages and rjbroadcasting.com.
If you find the dollar certificate, please IMMEDIATELY call one of the phone numbers listed on the back. Once we have verified that the certificate has been located, we will make an announce to end the current hunt!
At no time should property be damaged. The certificate is hidden in such a way where hunters will not need any tools (including but not limited to: shovels, ladders, hammers, or screwdrivers), will not need to swim, nor will need to engage in any activity that puts themselves or others in danger. The certificate will never be hidden in a way where ornamental plants or garden beds will need to be trampled upon. Hunters are encouraged to politely help each other remember these simple rules so that our public spaces can remain safe and fun for all people who enjoy our public space.
Please also be mindful of others during this time or social distancing.
One win per person. If you find a certificate and win, you are not eligible to participate in any of the subsequent hunts for this promotion. R & J Broadcasting, Inc. employees and their families are not eligible to participate.