Contest Rules

1. Winners will be drawn at random or by contestant call-in participation during on-air contests.

2. Odds of winning depend on the number of entries.

3. No purchase is necessary.

4. Contestants must be legal U.S. residents.

5. Contestants must be at least 18 years old.

6. Present and past employees of Midlands Media Group (WWNQ & Cola Daily), and its affiliates,
along with family members and employees of other radio or television stations may not win
any contest associated with Midlands Media Group. Midlands Media Group reserves the right
to revoke any prize if the contestant does not meet any or all of the eligibility requirements,
or if entry coupon or winning ticket has been damaged or altered.

7. All Midlands Media Group contestants, on or off air, are limited to one winner per household
(persons living at the same address) or immediate family per sixty (60) day period for all
prizes having a total value of $100.00 or less; limited to one winner per household (persons
living at the same address) or immediate family per one hundred twenty (120) day period for
all prizes having a total value of $101 – $999; limited to one winner per household (persons
living at the same address) or immediate family per one hundred eighty (180) day period for
all prizes having a total value of $1000 or more.

8. Midlands Media Group reserves the right to disqualify any entry or revoke any prize if the
contestant does not meet any or all of the eligibility requirements.

9. Midlands Media Group and its sponsors are not responsible for late, lost, damaged,
incomplete, misdirected, illegible or mutilated entries.

10. No substitution or other consideration for the stated prize may be claimed. However,
Midlands Media Group reserves the right to substitute a prize of similar value at its sole
discretion in the event of unavailability of a prize. All items won from any Midlands Media Group
must be claimed within thirty (30) days of winning and must be claimed between
9AM and 5PM, Monday through Friday (except holidays) at Midlands Media Group offices:
1010 Gervais Street, Columbia, South Carolina, 29201. Any item or prize with a weekend
expiration date not claimed at the Midlands Media Group offices by 5PM on the Friday
preceding the weekend expiration date will be forfeited with no compensation.

11. Prizes valued at less than $25.00 may (at the winner’s request) be mailed using first class U.S. Postal Service mail. Midlands Media Group is not responsible for problems occurring within
the postal system which may affect winner’s receipt of prizes.

12. An IRS 1099-MISC form will be completed and filed with the Internal Revenue Service
for every prize (or combination of winnings) valued at $600 or more during the calendar
year. All local, state and federal taxes are the sole responsibility of the winner. Winning
contestants must show proof of Social Security numbers to Midlands Media Group for any
prize. This is for tax recording purposes only, and will not be used or released for any other
purposes.

13. Midlands Media Group is not responsible for any failure of communications, failure of the
Internet or its web sites, or allegation of telephone difficulties. In the case of a dispute
over telephone lines, the decision of Midlands Media Group is final. In the event that two
telephone lines are tied together during a phone contest, the entire phone call will be
disqualified and another phone call will be taken. Midlands Media Group cannot award
duplicate prizes to both parties in a “tied together” situation. An example of a “tied
together” call may be two telephone calls originating from the same location or residence or
a party line.

14. All winning contestants are required to acknowledge these contest rules either by signing an
Midlands Media Group winner release form, or by acceptance of a prize by mail if the prize is
not picked up at the offices as stated above.

15. All prizes are described by Midlands Media Group either on the air, online or via signage at
off-air events. Each prize has a predetermined value which is not negotiable. As a condition
of winning a prize, a winner acknowledges that Midlands Media Group reserves the right to
broadcast their name and voice and to use their likeness or photo to promote the contest.

16. As a condition of accepting a prize, winner acknowledges that Midlands Media Group is not
responsible for any harm, injury, or damage caused to any person or property, proximate or
otherwise, through the use of any prize by any person, and agrees to save and hold harmless
Midlands Media Group, its principals and employees from any claim of such responsibility.
“Harm, injury, or damage” includes but is not limited to occurrences beyond the control
of Midlands Media Group such as bodily injury or theft, expiration of an item or a prize, and
cancellation or alteration of an event.

17. Additional rules pertaining to specific contests may supplement or supersede these rules.

18. All Midlands Media Group decisions are final and binding in all matters related to the contest.

Date the Official Contests Rules was last modified: January 22, 2013

Copies of these written contest rules, and the rules of specific contests, are available during regular business hours at the main studio of Midlands Media Group LLC 1010 Gervais St., Ste. 100, Columbia, SC 29201.

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Where to Go, What to Do

Dec
15
Sat
Founding Feathers: Extinction and Conservation of Southern Birds @ McKissick Museum
Dec 15 2018 @ 8:30 am – Jun 30 2019 @ 5:00 pm

Undergraduate students Maddie Colvin and Karli Sinclair have teamed up to curate McKissick Museum’s newest exhibition. What started as a group project in a University classroom has been transformed into an educational museum exhibition on extinct and endangered birds. Showcasing three heartbreaking extinction stories: the ivory billed woodpecker, the Carolina parakeet, and the passenger pigeon, the exhibitions also brings to light the conservation efforts inspired by their disappearance. Their legacy sparked the beginning of conservation efforts around the United States including the successful conservation of the Bald Eagle. This 3rd floor lobby exhibition will open December 15th and run until June 30, 2019, featuring objects from the Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, the Museum of York County, the South Carolina State Museum and more.

Jan
14
Mon
Flip Flops & Soap Boxes: Issue Voting in the United States @ McKissick Museum
Jan 14 – Jun 13 all-day

Most people are familiar with the Democratic and Republican Parties in the United States. However, party affiliation is not the only factor people use to decide how to vote. Many voters choose candidates based on specific issues, like abortion or gun control. Historically, some of the biggest issues for voters have been the economy, the Vietnam War, and busing to integrate schools during the Civil Rights movement. Flip Flops & Soap Boxes explores the variety of ways American voters have communicated their opinions on these and other issues in the past

In Cotton High and Low: The History of a Carolina Cash Crop @ McKissick Museum
Jan 14 – May 4 all-day

Cotton has changed significantly from its humble roots as a plant growing wild in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world to its position today as the primary fiber in textiles. It has influenced the history of agriculture, labor, race, and gender, not only in the US South, but around the world. Explore the material culture of cotton through these lenses, beginning with the natural history of the plant itself and progressing to the social effects of its cultivation in the US South.

Jan
16
Wed
Raffle to Benefit AVID/Gills Creek@DentMiddle @ Dent Middle School
Jan 16 @ 12:00 am – Feb 10 @ 12:00 am

Thank you for supporting AVID and Gills Creek @DentMiddle! All proceeds benefit students in these programs at Dent Middle School.

Tickets go on sale January 14, 2019.

Each ticket you purchase gives you a chance to win a set of 5 park hopper passes to Walt Disney World!

We will be giving away TWO sets of 5 park hopper passes on February 15th, 2019!

Tickets are $6 and are available online at https://tinyurl.com/dentraffle19

Jan
23
Wed
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Trustus Theatre
Jan 23 @ 8:00 pm

Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon
Adapted by Simon Stephens
Directed by Chad Henderson
JANUARY 18 – FEBRUARY 9. 2019

*Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Play*

Hold on to your seats Columbia! You’re about to go on one of the wildest rides of the season at Trustus Theatre. This 2015 Tony Winner for Best Play tells the story of Bottom of Form
15-year-old Christopher. Our young hero has an extraordinary brain: he is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world. Creative and electrifying, this production is not to be missed!

Jan
25
Fri
The Mousetrap’s Grand Re-Opening Event @ The Mousetrap
Jan 25 @ 10:00 am – Jan 27 @ 3:00 pm

It’s a new year and a new us! Join us for a weekend celebration as we showcase many classic Mousetrap dishes as well as some new specialty meals! We will have live music and unveil a new bar menu.

Friday, January 25th: 11am – 9pm. Live music in the evening from Tim McLendon

Saturday, January 26th: 10am – 9pm. Start your Saturday with weekend brunch and enjoy live music in the evening from “Just Us” (Marion Brown, Bill Miles, and Doug Neal).

Sunday, January 27th: 10am – 3pm. Finish your weekend with Sunday brunch. Build your own Bloody Mary Bar + Mimosa pitchers!

Historic Happy Hour | Hamilton in Columbia @ Seibels House
Jan 25 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

What does the musical Hamilton have to do with Columbia? Almost nothing! But we love an excuse for trivia, and we thought we’d have a go at introducing Hamilton to Columbia. This Historic Happy Hour whistles a different tune from our usual fare as we turn our attention to the celebrated hip-hop operetta, Hamilton: An American Musical. Put your history knowledge to the test and join Historic Columbia for trivia from 5:30 – 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 25 at the Seibels House. Drinks and light appetizers are included with admission. Attendees must be 21 years of age or older. There is limited space and guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance.

Kane Brown with Granger Smith @ Colonial Life Arena
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm

Breakout artist Kane Brown’s Platinum-selling critically acclaimed #1 debut album instantly topped the Billboard Top Country Album chart and debuted Top 5 on the Billboard 200 chart. The ACM, CMA, Billboard and CMT multi-nominee is the only artist in Billboard history to simultaneously top all 5 Country charts with his 3x Platinum #1 hits “What Ifs,” as well as the Double-Platinum multi-week #1 song “Heaven,” and his 12-week chart-topping album.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Trustus Theatre
Jan 25 @ 8:00 pm

Based on the Novel by Mark Haddon
Adapted by Simon Stephens
Directed by Chad Henderson
JANUARY 18 – FEBRUARY 9. 2019

*Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Play*

Hold on to your seats Columbia! You’re about to go on one of the wildest rides of the season at Trustus Theatre. This 2015 Tony Winner for Best Play tells the story of Bottom of Form
15-year-old Christopher. Our young hero has an extraordinary brain: he is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world. Creative and electrifying, this production is not to be missed!

Jan
26
Sat
Neutral Territory: Meditations with Watercolor and a Neutral Palette @ City Art
Jan 26 all-day

Join instructor Kathryn Van Aernum for a meditation with watercolor and paint among the galleries at City Art. Bridging mindfulness and artistic process, students will work in a contemplative atmosphere, and using a limited palette will mix crazy rich neutrals: vivacious greens, gorgeous golds, moody blues, bodacious browns, and more. Students will also create a simple book structure to contain their playful explorations.

$155 –includes a variety of papers, and other goodies.
The class is from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, and limited to 12 students.