Win a DAB car adaptor to listen to MKFM outside of MK
Win one of five DAB car adaptors just by watching out for our spring leaflet being delivered across Milton Keynes.
Our new leaflet could be coming through your door in April as we start our latest drop to 50,000 MK homes thanks to Sure2Door.
The leaflet is packed with information including
- Find out how to advertise on MKFM from just £99
- Get on the MKFM Donut Run thanks to Krispy Kreme and Skyline
- Details of this year's Dragon Boat Festival
- Oh Wow Wednesdays
and much, much more.
MKFM is available on DAB Digital across Herts, Beds and Bucks. Listeners have reported they have also heard us on DAB in Northampton and far as Dartford and Guildford.
The competition is subject to MKFM's standard competition Terms and Conditions.
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