KCMS SPIRIT 105.3 Reveals Winner of the SPIRIT Secret Sound!

July 17, 2020 (SEATTLE) – Nearly seven months after it began, a winner has been revealed in SPIRIT 105.3’s the SPIRIT Secret Sound Guess & Win promotion with United Faith Mortgage.

On July 16, “Todd from Tacoma, Washington” correctly identified the SPIRIT Secret Sound as a grabber – the device you use to pick up trash. In doing so Todd has earned the biggest prize in the SPIRIT Secret Sound history: over $12,000! Todd’s victory capped a memorable promotion that began all the way back on January 6 of this year. Thanks to our friends at United Faith Mortgage, the SPIRIT Secret Sound champion not only has earned the money in the United Faith Mortgage Piggy Bank, but also will have the opportunity to give away $1,000 to an individual or charity of his choice.

Not long after delivering the correct answer as “Caller 9” for the SPIRIT Secret Sound, Todd’s call inadvertently dropped and SPIRIT 105.3 listeners heard the dreaded sound of a dial tone. On-air talent Erica Parkersen urged Todd to call back, and the celebration was able to continue soon after. Listeners called in overjoyed for Todd and his family, who will now be able to honor a cousin who passed away one year ago with a very special memorial service.

SPIRIT 105.3 would like to thank United Faith Mortgage for their partnership in the SPIRIT Secret Sound Guess & Win promotion, and the thousands of loyal listeners that have called in over the last several months. Stay tuned – the SPIRIT Secret Sound will return!

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