Starting tomorrow, listen about 8:30 in the morning as we come up with a list of clues. They could be from the world of sports, television, politics, darn near anywhere. Come up with the answer and
win five any drink certificates from Dutch Bros.
They're open at 5:00 every morning. Dutch Bros. is at 7225 Martin Way in Lacey and at 8229 Martin Way in Olympia.
94.5 Roxy Lunch Rush
It's the 94.5 Roxy Lunch Rush weekdays at 12:30.
Starting tomorrow, be the first caller on the Roxy Line to correctly identify the artist and title on the featured snippet and win
$20 worth of Market Bucks from the Olympia Farmer's
Seems to me the basic conflict between men and women, sexually, is that men are like firemen. To men, sex is an emergency, and no matter what we're doing we can be ready in two minutes. Women, on the other hand, are like fire. They're very exciting, but the conditions have to be exactly right for it to occur. -- Jerry Seinfeld
Christmas Cash 2017
Here's something you can really use this holiday season -- a whole bunch of cash.
It's the 94.5 Roxy Christmas Cash Giveaway.
Nine great locations each giving away $94.50 and one lucky winner gets even more: $945. Here’s the really great thing: you’ll have it in time for your holiday shopping.
It’s as easy as signing your name. Sign up at each location. You can enter once a day. Sign up by the close of business on Tuesday, December 19th, then listen to hear your name on Roxy on Wednesday the 20th.
Sign up now at:
Tumwater Automotive & Tumwater Auto Spa on Capitol Boulevard in Tumwater
Audio Northwest at 4708 Pacific Avenue in Lacey
Rapid Orthopedic CARE at 8140 Freedom Lane in Lacey
Rivers Edge Restaurant near the Tumwater Valley Golf Course
B&R flooring America at 4414 6th Ave in Lacey
Olympia Furniture Company at 2302 Harrison Avenue
BECU in Hawks Prairie near Costco
Shipwreck Beads at 8260 Commerce Place in Hawks Prairie
Hometown Property Management at 1600 4th Avenue in Olympia
It's more musical holiday charm by Harlowe Reed. The Stardust Christmas Fandango is a continuation of Harlequin’s annual celebration of American pop music for the holidays. This is the twenty-second in the series that has provided delightful holiday entertainment for all ages since 1994.
A small Greenwich Village nightspot, The Stardust Club is home to a group of striving performers and musicians who struggle to keep the doors open while negotiating their personal lives, romances, and Big Apple career moves. The roller coaster events of the mid-twentieth century may keep them off balance, but Christmas still brings out the best in everyone.
The Stardust Christmas Fandango
runs through the end of the year.