Whale Watch Ticket Giveaway

Whale Watch Ticket Giveaway

Listen to the KGMI Morning News for your chance to win a pair of tickets to San Juan Cruise’s Whale Watching Adventure Cruise on Saturday, June 8th.

When you hear the cue to call, be the tenth caller at (360) 676-KGMI to win.  You’ll get to spend Saturday on the water searching for Orca whales, seals, bald eagles, and more.  It’s a true “once-in-a-lifetime” experience.

Click here for complete contest rules.

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