Good Morning Northland would like to wish you or someone you know a Happy Birthday, LIVE during Good Morning Northland, weekdays at roughly 6:25 AM!
Each birthday name will be put into a daily (Monday-Friday) drawing for a FREE 6" Subway sandwich. At the end of each week, one winner will be chosen by random drawing from all entries to receive a FREE Subway Party Platter.
Send your photo along with the birth date, age and hometown at least two weeks in advance to:
Subway Birthday Club
P.O. Box 16897
Duluth, MN 55816
or email us your birthday wish to email@example.com
Include a self-addressed stamped envelope so we can return your picture to you along with the certificate for a Free Subway sandwich. Have a Happy Birthday with Good Morning Northland and Subway!
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