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by Sander Walker

Promotions Spotlight

Fans of WYXB B105.7/Indianapolis can win $500 every day with B's Big Bucks! Listeners are allowed to register once every 24 hours online, then listen to B105.7 weekday mornings at 8:40 when Sean Copeland will announce exactly what time to listen for that day's B's Big Bucks winner!

A name is called and that listener must call back in the allotted time to win the cash! The jackpot starts at $500, and they add another $500 bucks each time they don't get a winner...building to B's Big Bucks!!!


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