Win A Private Concert From Keith Urban On The Buffalo Game Board
Get a square on Clay and Company's Big Game Board for this upcoming Buffalo Bills game in Kansas City. If your square matches the score, at the end of the 1st, 2nd or 3rd quarter, you are going to Keith Urban's concert at CMAC! The FINAL WINNER is going to the concert at CMAC AND getting a private, virtual concert from Keith for your friends and family!
The Speed of Now Tour
with special guest Ingrid Andress
July 10, 2022
The Buffalo Bills are heading to Kansas City for the second round of the playoffs and we want you to get on our Clay and Company Big Game Board! The best part is...it's free!
Get your FREE square for the Buffalo and Chiefs game coming up on Sunday at 6:30 pm! Whoever has the square for the FINAL will win a private, acoustic, virtual 30-minute concert with Keith Urban for your and your friends. You will also get tickets to go to his concert at CMAC on July 10
We will give you a square to win prizes at 1st, half, 3rd and FINAL!
- FINAL - Tickets to see Keith Urban on July 10 at CMAC AND a private, virtual concert from Keith Urban.
- 3rd quarter - Tickets to see Keith Urban on July 10 at CMAC
- HALF - Tickets to see Keith Urban on July 10 at CMAC
- 1st quarter - Tickets to see Keith Urban on July 10 at CMAC
Listen to Clay and Company all week and call in for your chance to grab one of those squares--they'll give away one an hour from Monday-Friday through 1/21/2022. We'll give the rest away online, so just enter below for your chance at grabbing one of these coveted squares.
EXTRA: If you missed it, Josh Allen has gotten a display in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio! Allen has become the only player in NFL history with at least 100 touchdown passes and 20 rushing touchdowns in his first four seasons. Because of this feat, you can now see the display that is up, with his game-worn jersey when he broke the record. it is in the Hall of Fame right now for a limited time. You can read the entire story right here.
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