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It's the "Good morning, good afternoon, and good night" text-to-win contest, from WTOP and the Caps

March 1, 2013

Here's your chance to win an unforgettable night at Verizon Center, in the penalty box, on the Zamboni and in the radio booth. It's the "Good Morning, Good Afternoon, and Good Night" text to win contest from WTOP and the Caps. 

Click here for the official WTOP contest page to learn how you can join me at the game on March 26.

Listen to WTOP all next week in the 6:00 a.m., noon, and 6:00 p.m. hours for the Caps keyword. Text it to 91035, and you're in the running!

There will be a new key word each hour of each day so the more you listen, the more chances to win!

One random winner will be drawn at the end of the week to win the Grand Prize "Good Morning, Good Afternoon, and Goodnight" experience - which includes two game tickets, a pre-game penalty box experience, a chance to ride the Zamboni at intermission, and the chance to join me for the post-game broadcast for the Capitals game Tuesday March 26. 

Three runners-up will win an autographed Capitals hockey puck. 

So get your mobile phones ready- you can enter anywhere you are as long as you can listen to WTOP March 4-8 in the 6 a.m., noon and 6 p.m. hours to hear the Caps keyword of the hour! Please remember to text responsibly.