GMN Birthdays

The GMN Birthday Club is a great way to wish a Happy Birthday to a family member or friend!

Wish someone you care about a Happy Birthday, LIVE during Good Morning Northland, weekdays at roughly 6:25 AM!

Send a picture at least two weeks in advance to:

GMN Birthday Club
c/o WDIO-TV
P.O. Box 16897
Duluth, MN 55816

or email your birthday wish to birthdays@wdio.com

Don't forget to include the birth date, age, hometown and a brief message. Birthday greetings are created on Thursdays, WDIO is not responsible for late, or missed birthdays.

If you are mailing a photo, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope so we can return your picture to you.

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!

Have a Happy Birthday with Good Morning Northland!

WDIO-TV makes no assurance that your birthday message will air during Good Morning Northland and reserves the right to accept or reject all submissions.
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