We have an exciting new contest here at WBKR.  It's called CSI: Country Scene Investigation and we're turning you into a "country" crime scene investigator.  That's right!  A "country-fried" crime has been committed.  Someone has said "Goodbye Earl" and we need YOU to try and solve the mystery of Whodunnit?  Where?  And how?  If you can solve the country crime, you could win a 3-day, 2-night stay at the Holiday Inn Resort in Panama City Beach, Florida.  Here's how to play!

Starting Monday, March 9th, we'll have multiple chances daily for you to solve our mystery!  And here's the premise of the game.

It's inspired by the popular board game Clue.  But our mystery is set in the heart of Nashville.  Twelve of the biggest names in country music are the suspects and they allegedly could have used some of country music's most notorious weapons in some of the most iconic settings in Music City USA!

Here's the OFFICIAL GAME PIECE that lists our 12 suspects, 12 weapons and 12 potential crime scenes.  This is basically your little detective's notebook!

Save this game piece or print off a copy.  It will help you keep track as you use the process of elimination to solve this "country" crime!

You'll have the chance to solve this case twice per air shift each weekday until someone wins.  Tune in to play with Angel and me at 7:20am and 9:20am.  Play with Barb at 11:20am and 12:20pm.  Then, during The Drive Home with Dave Spencer, play at 3:20pm and 4:20pm.

When you hear the CSI: Country Scene Investigation cue-to-call, be caller #9 on our studio lines at 270-926-WBKR or 1-800-844-WBKR.  Let us know who you think said "Goodbye Earl", where they did it and which weapon they did it with.  If we can, we'll dispel one piece of the puzzle that is incorrect and you can mark that suspect, weapon or location off your game piece.

The person who manages to solve this mystery on air is going to win a 3-day, 2-night stay at the Holiday Inn Resort Panama City Beach, Florida, which just announced the start of construction on an amazing new beachfront lazy river!

So, good luck, Detectives!  Have your game piece handy and get ready to play WBKR's Country Scene Investigation.

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