Irving, Texas – (work wire) — Salem Media Group (NASDAQ:SALM) announced today that Christmas comes three days before Christmas for a Benton woman who won a year of mortgage payments in a nationwide Christmas Mortgage Miracle contest. Skylar Oswalt of Benton, Arkansas has been randomly selected from over a million entries and her mortgage will be paid in full for 2022.
Representatives from Salem Media Group delivered a check to Skyler Wednesday afternoon, just hours after Steve Marston, host of the Morning With Steve show on 93.3 Fish, notified in a phone call that she had won.
The Christmas Mortgage Miracle lottery contest in central Arkansas is promoted by the Salem Media Group and sponsored locally by Sachs Homes. Salem Media Group owns four radio stations in Central Arkansas: The Fish- KKSP 93.3 FM, Faith Talk-KDIS 99.5 FM, Answer KDXE 101.1 FM, Rejoice- KZTS 103.3 FM and 105.5 FM. Each station promoted the sweepstakes both on air and through their websites, social channels, email and mobile app notifications.
Skyler said she listens to The Fish every morning and has entered the competition 24 times. Salem Media Group allows its listeners to enter sweepstakes every day to earn additional entries and increase the chances of winning. Salem Media Group offers a variety of sweepstakes throughout the year which can be entered through their websites.
Links to contests and sweepstakes sites below.
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