Not like you need ANOTHER reason to listen to the Montana Outdoor Radio Show on Saturday mornings, but this is even MORE incentive!! The Montana Wreath Giveaway is back by popular demand!!! Listeners are going to be given one last opportunity to win a Montana Wreath for the FINAL time tomorrow just by listening to the Montana Outdoor Radio Show!!!! The lucky caller will get a gorgeous and festive wreath made by Montana Wreaths (www.montanawreaths.com).
The wreath is a dramatic, 24-inch Montana Select Wreath with a beautiful Burgundy & Gold Lace Bow, with a value of $44.95! It is made from grand fir and cedar boughs, as well as sage, dogwood and wheat. Bow color options include traditional red and silver, burgundy and silver (U of M colors), blue and gold (MSU colors) and other requested colors.
“It’s pretty, and it smells good, too!” (via the Captain)
Listen to the show TOMORROW to get a chance at winning this beautiful wreath, and, you can also order yours today by calling Montana Wreaths at 877.342.9684 or emailing them at email@example.com.
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