WBLM is ready for you to get tanked... and score some money for gas.

That's right, the Blimp is giving away $100 in gas to some lucky winners, and there's still time for you to be one of them. It's not too late to play.

Are you ready to fill up your tank on us?

Here’s how to GET TANKED with WBLM:

  • Listen weekdays to the WBLM Morning Show. The Captain and Celeste will announce who our GET TANKED BAND OF THE DAY will be.
  • Then listen between 9 am and 5 pm for that band.
  • When you hear a song from that band, be caller #25 at 792-1029, and you'll win $100 to fill your tank.

That means some of your favorite classic rock acts are going to help you score big time.

Because who else is tired of paying for such expensive gas? You've got places to go and things to do.

And whether that's going to and from work, stopping off for a cold one, driving upta camp or just out and about, you need that gas. And we want to help give it to you.

We've got $10,000 to give away and we're doing it one tank of gas at a time.

So don't wait, make sure you are listening to the WBLM morning show for the Get Tanked Band of the Day.

Make sure to listen good, because when you hear a song from that band, it's your chance. Be caller #25 at 792-1029, and you'll win $100 to fill your tank.

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