Chattanooga Aquarium Tickets

CONTEST: Chattanooga Aquarium Tickets

PRIZE: 4 pack of tickets to the Chattanooga Aquarium

START DATE: 5-21-2017

END DATE: 6-01-2017

HOW TO PLAY: Power 107.5 listeners will listen to Dave & Brooke weekday mornings at 6:05, and be the 5th caller when told to call. Listen has to make an animal sound of Dave’s choice.  They will win a pair of tickets to the Chattanooga Aquarium, the Imax Theater and the Creative Discovery Museum.  Winners may not play again. 

INELIGIBLE: Employees and immediate family members of Sand Mountain Broadcasting and contest sponsors are not eligible to win.

POWER- Brooke’s Kitchen

CONTEST: Brooke’s Kitchen

PRIZE:  Gift Certificate to Foodland of Boaz and Albertville

START DATE: April 11th, 2018

END DATE: June 27th, 2018

HOW TO PLAY: Power 107.5 listeners will listen to Dave & Brooke, Wednesday mornings.  Brooke will give out ingredients to a mystery recipe throughout the show.  Caller #5 will guess what the dish is when told to call.  First person to guess wins the certificate!

INELIGIBLE: Employees and immediate family members of Sand Mountain Broadcasting and contest sponsors are not eligible to win.

Hey Y’all!

Congrats Regina Crow!  She’s the winner of Brooke’s Kitchen!

 

 

Martha Thompson’s: Mile-High Ice Cream Pie!

 

Ingredients

12 whole graham crackers (or 24 graham cracker squares) 
1/3 cup honey roasted peanuts
1/2 cup butter, melted
1 carton (1/2 gal. or larger) of chocolate ice cream, slightly softened
1 cup plus 1 Tbsp. creamy peanut butter (separated)
6 packages (1.5 oz. each) Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, cut into small chunks 
1/2 cup Smucker’s caramel ice cream topping
1 cup (1/2 pint) heavy whipping cream
1/4 cup confectioner’s sugar

1. Make the crust

Spray a 9-inch pie plate with nonstick cooking spray. Process graham crackers and honey roasted peanuts in a food processor until reduced to fine crumbs. Measure 1 1/2 cups and discard remaining crumbs. Add 1/2 cup of melted butter and process until crumbs are moistened. Press crumb mixture over bottom and up sides of prepared pie plate. Freeze for at least 30 minutes. (Note: If you do not have a food processor, finely crush crackers and peanuts in a sturdy plastic food bag with a rolling pin or bottom of a heavy saucepan. Measure 1 1/2 cups of crumbs, add cooled melted butter, and knead in bag until crumbs are moistened.)

2. Prepare the filling

Place carton of ice cream and 1 cup of creamy peanut butter in a large mixing bowl. Stir vigorously with rubber spatula until blended and smooth. If necessary, let the ice cream begin to soften (but not melting) to make stirring easier. Spread half of the ice cream mixture in crust; sprinkle a layer (reserving 1/2 cup for garnish) of bite-sized, chopped peanut butter cups. Spoon the remaining ice cream over your layer of candy, carefully mounding it slightly in the center of your pie. Freeze until firm.

3. About 15 minutes before serving

Mix remaining 1 Tbsp. peanut butter with caramel topping and set aside. Remove pie from freezer to begin to soften. Beat cream and sugar in a chilled mixing bowl until soft peaks form when beaters are lifted. Drizzle caramel mixture on dessert plates; top with pie wedge, whipped cream, candy garnishes and then drizzle more sauce if desired. (Tip: Fill the bottom of your sink with hot water and carefully dip the bottom of your pie plate in water to help loosen. Run knife under hot water for smooth, clean slices.)

POWER Pastry Thursday

Want to be a office hero?! How about 2 dozen doughnuts from our friends at Cothran’s Bakery, in Boaz delivered to your office?!?!

To submit an office or workplace to win, send entries to dave@power1075fm.com and tell us where you work and why your office deserves 2 dozen donuts from Cothran’s!  We will choose 1 office Thursday morning on The Power Crew, then Dave and Brooke will deliver to the winner.

Thank you! 🙂

Sponsored By: Cothran’s Bakery

 

WINNERS:

Week#1: Dermatology Specialists in Gadsden
Week#2: Southeast LP Tank Inspections
Week #3: DeKalb County Board of Education
Week #4: Woodall & Hoggle Insurance Agency, Inc.
Week #5: Foodland Deli in Albertville
Week #6: Team One Toyota Rainbow City
Week #7: Marshall County Arc in Guntersville
Week #8: Rehab Select Albertville
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POWER-OKE

CONTEST: Power-Oke

PRIZE:  Power 107.5 T-shirt and Sticker

START DATE: March 16, 2018

END DATE: TFN

HOW TO PLAY: Power 107.5 listeners will listen to Dave & Brooke, Friday mornings at 6:45, and be the 5th caller when told to call. Dave will play a clip of a song and the caller must correctly finish the lyrics!

INELIGIBLE: Employees and immediate family members of Sand Mountain Broadcasting and contest sponsors are not eligible to win.

2017-2018 Teacher of the Week

Do you know of a teacher that has gone over and beyond for their students? If so, send their name, photo (if available), school/class they teach and what they have done to barry@wqsb.com.  One teacher each week will be chosen at random to win $100 for their classroom. Don’t wait, nominate your teacher TODAY! 🙂

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 RULES: 

  1. Nominate you favorite teacher to be recognized as our Teacher Of The Week by submitting their name, school and grade thru the link provided on any of our station’s web pages.
  2. Any teacher, instructor or principal currently employed in a public, private or religious school is eligible to be nominated for this contest.
  3. Each week a person will be chosen to acknowledge as our “Teacher Of The Week”.
  4. Each “Teacher of The Week” selected will receive a check in the amount of $100 to off-set classroom expenses.
  5. Entries not yet selected as “Teacher of The Week” will remain in consideration for the duration of this contest.
  6. This is a multi-station contest with one weekly winner airing on WQSB, Power-107.5 and Mix-102.9.

 

Week #1 – Becky Walker – Douglas High School
Week #2 – Jennifer Golden – Ivalee Elementary School
Week #3 – Brittney Owens – Fort Payne High School
Week #4 – Amanda Harkins – Centre Middle School
Week #5 – Tracy Rogers – Albertville Elementary School
Week #6 – Katherine Barnes – Striplin Elementary School in Gadsden
Week #7 – Staci Mason – Ruhama Junior High School
Week #8 – Dwayne Gregg – Cedar Bluff School
Week #9 – Brandon Shelton – Guntersville Middle School
Week #10 – Hannah Brooks – Geraldine Elementary School
Week #11 – Kaylee Ward – Spring Garden High School
Week #12 – Brandi Jones – Arab Elementary School
Week #13 – Jason Russell – Southside High School
Week #14 – Michelle Bates – Odenville Intermediate School
Week #15 – Jessica Horton – Cornerstone Christian Academy – Rainsville
Week #16 – Ashley Veal – Boaz Intermediate School
Week #17 – Kate Goodwin – Donehoo Elementary School
Week #18 – Tabatha Greenwood – Henagar Junior High School
Week #19 – Tamela Weaver – Parkside Elementary School
Week #20 – Tiffany Hollowell – Marshall Christian School in Albertville
Week #21 – Jillian Neal – Coosa Christian Elementary School in Gadsden
Week #22 – Samantha Flaherty – Crossville Elementary
Week #23 – Michelle Selvage – Brownwood Elementary School in Scottsboro
Week #24 – Cindy Baker – Asbury Elementary School
Week #25 – Tabatha Maples – Attalla Elementary
Week #26 – Rachel Womack – Collinsville Elementary School
Week #27 – Savannah Kirby – North Sand Mt. High School
Week #28 – Crystal Terrell – Cherokee Elementary School in Guntersville
Week #29 – Corey Nickels – Rainbow Middle School in Rainbow City
Week #30 – Rhonda Lasser – Valley Head High School
Week #31 – Angela Childress – D.A.R. Elementary School

 

First Responders of the Week

CONTEST: WQSB, POWER 1075FM & MIX 102.9 1ST RESPONDERS OF THE WEEK
Sponsored by People’s Independent Bank 

PRIZE: $100 CHECK

HOW TO PLAY: Go to wqsb.com, wkxx.com or power1075fm.com and click on the First Responder Link. You can nominate a First Responder Unit or Department to win a check for $100. Each week a First Responder Unit will be chosen and the Unit or Department will receive the check for $100

INELIGIBLE: Employees and immediate family members of WQSB, MIX 102.9, POWER 1-07.5 FM and Sand Mt. Broadcasting are not eligible to win.

Send your nominations here: barry@wqsb.com

Week #1: Hokes Bluff Fire Department
Week #2: Grove Oak Volunteer Fire Department
Week #3: Summit Volunteer Fire Department in Blount County
Week #4: Swearingen Volunteer Fire Department
Week #5: Egypt Volunteer Fire Department
Week #6: Hammondville Fire Department
Week #7: White Plains Volunteer Fire Department
Week #8: Hebron Volunteer Fire Department in Grant
Week #9: Attalla Fire Department
Week #10: Dutton Volunteer Fire Department
Week #11: Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department
Week #12: Joppa Volunteer Fire Department
Week #13: Gallant Volunteer Fire Department
Week #14: Fort Payne Fire Department
Week #15: Steele Volunteer Fire Department
Week #16: Kilpatrick  Volunteer Fire Department
Week #17: Walnut Grove Volunteer Fire Department
Week #18: Desoto Rescue Squad in Mentone
Week #19: Locust Fork Fire & Rescue Department
Week #20: Snead Police Department