ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike earlier today launched its “Mike & Mike at the College Football Playoff” sweepstakes, encouraging listeners around the country to tune in for a daily “winning word or phrase” for an opportunity to be a part of the biggest day of the college football season, the College Football Playoff National Championship, on January 11. Today, through November 20, the “winning word” will be revealed live twice daily during Mike & Mike broadcasts. Listeners can enter to win by calling 855-ESPN-WIN, texting 777000 or visiting ESPNRadio.com and registering by 1 p.m. ET with the daily winning word given during that day’s broadcast.
Four Grand Prizes
Each week during the four-week campaign, one Weekly Winner will be chosen, for a total of four Grand Prize winners. The winners will be announced the Wednesday of the week following each entry period (November 4, November 11, November 18 and November 25).
The Grand Prize Winners and their guests (one each) will receive a custom “Mike & Mike at the College Football Playoff” experience to include: airfare, transportation to and from the stadium, lodging and all meals; VIP access to ESPN’s production operations at the College Football Playoff National Championship; VIP seating for live Mike & Mike broadcasts from Glendale, Ariz.; attendance at a private pre-game tailgate with hosts Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic; and game tickets to sit with Greenberg and Golic at the College Football Playoff National Championship. For more information, visit ESPNRadio.com/mikesCFP.
Mike & Mike is broadcast 6 – 10 a.m., Monday – Friday, and can be heard on ESPN Radio and via ESPNRadio.com, the ESPN app, SiriusXM Channel 80, Apple iTunes, Slacker Radio and TuneIn. The show is also syndicated on ESPN2.
About ESPN Radio
ESPN Radio, the country’s largest sports radio network, ESPN Deportes Radio,ESPNRadio.com, and ESPN Podcasts comprise ESPN Audio.
ESPN Radio, which launched January 1, 1992, provides more than 9,000 hours of talk and event content annually, reaching 20 million listeners a week on 500 nationwide stations, including more than 375 full-time affiliates and clearance in the top 25 markets. ESPN owns and/or operates stations in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. ESPN Radio programming is also available on SiriusXM and via digital distributors iTunes Radio, Slacker Radio and TuneIn.
ESPN Audio listeners logged more than 7.8 billion streaming minutes in 2014 and 194 million session starts, with an average time spent listening of more than 40 minutes. ESPN Audio launched its first podcast in 2005, and in 2014 ESPN Audio podcasts were downloaded 302 million times, an increase of 51 percent compared to the previous year.
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