Three Drawings: Paris, New York, Or iPod

Apr 25, 2013

For a limited time, your one call to 800.962.9862 or your pledge online enters you into three drawings.  Sustainers are automatically entered into each of these drawings, too. 

Win a trip to Paris!
Win a trip to Paris!
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Win A Trip To Paris

You could win a trip for two to Paris. Airfare and accommodations are including in this week-long get-away package. One lucky WUNC listener will win this trip soon.

Win A Trip To New York

Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! in New York City
Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! in New York City
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NPR's Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me is staging a special event on May 2 in New York.  It's a program that's "cine-cast" to theaters across the country. You can be in the audience for this event in New York when you win an overnight stay in New York that includes tickets to the show.

By the way, in Raleigh you can join Frank Stasio, host of WUNC's The State of Things, and Leoneda Inge, WUNC's Changing Economy reporter, for a pre-show reception followed by the live cine-cast event.  Get more details about how you can attend.

​Drawing #3 - The NPR/Merge iPod

Merge Records Logo
Win an iPod loaded with The Best of NPR and a sampler from Merge Records
Credit Merge Records

For the last several drives, WUNC has conducted drawings for iPods loaded with "The Best of WUNC and NPR," full of programs, podcasts, and memorable stories worthy of repeated listening. This spring, the iPod will also feature 70 songs from Merge Records. Merge is a North Carolina-based independent record label that distributes top indie-rock and alternative artists like Arcade Fire, M. Ward, She & Him, Superchunk, The Rosebuds and many others.

Listen to selections from the Merge Sampler (includes Arcade Fire, Mount Moriah, Hospitality, Superchunk, The Love Language, and She & Him):

Listen for details about how you can enter this drawing. Remember, while drawings are time-limited, no pledge is necessary to enter any WUNC drawing, andcurrent WUNC sustainers are automatically entered into this and every WUNC drawing.