Wednesday, August 27, 2008

TOUR OF MISSOURI -- click and win

hey, folks--

less than two weeks until the kick-off of the 2008
Tour of Missouri.

this year's edition runs from september 8 through the 14th, and the
kim west radio cycling show, in partnership with the missouri department of tourism and drury hotels [official hotel of the tour of missouri], is doing it up right.

sunday, september 7, i'll be doing
the kim west radio cycling show LIVE from the lobby of the drury hotel in beautiful kansas city, missouri. i'll spend the entire time talking live with riders, team officials and tour folks about this exciting finale to the american professional cycling season.
and YOU can be there, too. we're giving away a whole slew of sweet prizes, including VIP passes to the finish of monday's stage one in kansas city, a bissel vacuum [remember, bissell is a team sponsor!], a felt bicycle, tour of missouri t-shirts and caps, and more!
AND THE BIGGIE IS A "MEET ME IN MISSOURI" PRIZE PACKAGE that includes accomodations for two at the kansas city drury hotel, passes to the team presentations, VIP passes and such for the finish of stage one, and more!!

"but kim, how can i win these fabulous prizes?"
i love this: all you have to do is go to
the kim west radio cycling show website, my personality pages, scroll down just a tad to the "TOUR OF MISSOURI" LINK, and see where it says "click here to win with kim west!"?
CLICK! just follow the simple directions, and you'll be in the drawing to be held and announced tuesday, september 2, 2008. you might win a felt bicycle, a bissell vacuum, tour of missouri caps or t-shirts, VIP passes to the stage one finish in kansas city, or

man, free stuff, and i can't even win it--i'm giving it away. how amazing is THAT?

click RIGHT NOW. i might see you at the finish line in kansas city.

and by the way, you KNOW you can watch the entire tour of missouri live and in-person for FREE, don't you? you don't need no stinking badges to enjoy close-up and roadside some of the finest cyclists in the world racing on beautiful, lush rolling midwestern roads.


and thanks for listening to
the kim west radio cycling show, bringing you only the best, free every week.

1 comment:

Brett said...

I did tell you I'd be there the whole time working as a moto-marshal for the Tour of MO didn't I? Info that has been sent to me indicates there are permits for 27 motorcycles, I lost count on cars maybe 50, busy busy.