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Become a member* of CIUT 89.5 FM and You Could Win Big

Become a member* of CIUT 89.5 FM to be entered into the
SIX Grand Prize Draws for the chance to win:
  • A $300 Gift Card for Steve’s Music
  • Festival Passes and Accommodation for two people for Summerfolk Music Festival
  • A $200 Gift Card for Alma Natural Spa
  • A $400 Gift Certificate for classes with The Guitar Building School
  • A Galaxy Note 4 with accessory case
  • Original artwork and photography from Herschel Stroyman (www.herschelworks.com)

$5 - $24 = special prize from me, donna g
$25* - $89.40 = CIUT 89. 5 Member, + tax receipt + quarterly newsletter + Entry into Grand Prize Draw
$89.50 = CIUT Membership discount card + same perks as $25 +

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