We know that more and more people are cranking up MY105.3 at work. We love to walk into businesses around the Tri-State and hear all that great music from the 80s, 90s and Now! Plus, our Feel Good '80s Weekends are a blast and kick off every Friday at 5:00 PM. And to show our appreciation, we have teamed up with The Washtub to give you a chance to win a $50 gift card.

If you don't already have the MY105.3 app, you're gonna need it for this contest - you can't enter without it. I'll wait while you download it. Now you're ready for the next step...here's what you need to do.

  • Open the app
  • Tap the 3 lines in the upper left-hand corner
  • Tap "AUDIO MESSAGE'
  • Tell us who you are and then tap "Select and Submit Media Now"
  • Select "Record Short Audio Clip"
  • Tap the red REC button to record your Workday Shout-Out. Here's what you can say...

"This is (insert your name) from (Insert your city) and MY105-3 is MY station at work"

or

"This is (insert your name) from (insert your workplace & city) and MY105-3 is MY station at work"

  • Tap "Done" when you're done recording
  • Finally, just tap "Submit" and you'll be good to go!

We will use these awesome shout-outs throughout the day on the air on MY105.3, and we will randomly select four lucky listeners to win a $50 gift card from The Washtub.

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