This is an incredible opportunity for our local non-profits to get a bump in their bank account around the holidays thanks to the generosity of Grand Casino Mille Lacs and Hinckley. I bet you know of a group that could use it.
What would you do with $10,000? Would you save it? Spend it on something fun like a fancy vacation? Maybe you would spend it on something practical, like a home renovation. Start planning because we're giving away cash all this month!
All this month, we're giving away $10,000 right here on our website. Plus we're giving you two chances every day to win $1,000 by listening on-air (just listen all day for your cue to call).
That's because we're obsessed with cash.
No, I'm, not doing the bah humbug thing, it's right here in black and white. According to a survey by Harris Interactive, The Consumerist reports 2,059 adults responded to the survey asking (if given a choice), would they prefer an office party, a cash bonus, or other perks, from their employer this holiday season.
Win $1,000 a week just by listening on the air. Win $10,000 right here on our website. Is there really anything else to say?
How about we just tell you how you can wind up with all that cash in your pocket.
Here is how the cheesy late-90′s stand-up comic buried deep in our subconscious would report this story:
“Hey folks! Did you read the story in the Northwest Herald today about a guy in Illinois that found $150K in his backyard garden? Talk about growing some cabbage! Am I right folks? Those are a different kind of greens my friends! You hear what I’m saying everyone?!?”
This is the kind of story that gets me upset. It's bad enough that a lot of businesses won't accept a personal check anymore. (...Don't get me started on that topic...) But now it appears that the airline industry no longer recognizes U...
I'll tell you a story. When i lived in Boston, I knew of many women who could tell you where her husband worked but couldn't tell you how much he made. She never saw his paycheck. That type of mentality has vanished.. or has it?
Who wants to be a fake millionaire?
The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports a man in Minneapolis tried to pay for a purchase at a CVS Monday with a $1 million bill. The only problem, of course, is a $1 million bill is about as real Santa Claus.