Your Chance to Win a Trip to Sturgis

One lucky listener and their friend will have the chance to fly away to South Dakota to the 79th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally!MORE

Text for a chance to win a trip to Sturgis!
One lucky listener and their friend will have the chance to fly away to South Dakota to the 79th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally to see artists like Puddle of Mudd, Foghat, Saliva, Jackyl, and more. It will be SEVEN epic nights at the Pappy Hoel Campground including side stage passes and meet & greets with performing artists!
Not only are we flying you out, we're putting you up at Pappy Hoel Campground, stage-side tickets to seven nights of shows at the Full Throttle Saloon and meet and greets with Puddle of Mud, Foghat, Saliva, Jackyl & more. PLUS a Full Throttle prize pack loaded with swag and a Jesse James Bourbon Dean Electric guitar signed by Jesse Dupree!
Text keyword RALLY
to 64636 to enter!
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