Tonight, July 13th at McCash for Kids you have a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Garth Brooks in Salt Lake City on July 17th. No purchase necessary but you only can sign up to win between 5 pm and 8 pm.

McCash for Kids is an event to raise money for South Central Community Action Partnership to get school supplies for kids and families in need. Right now you can donate directly and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the cause. If you come and eat at any Magic Valley McDonald's 25 percent of the proceeds between 5 pm and 8 pm will go to the cause. If you go to McDonalds during that time you can also donate cash in the cash bin and 100 percent of those proceeds will go to McCash for Kids.

If you come and find Brad and Courtney at the Pole Line McDonald's between 5pm and 8 pm you can enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Garth Brooks this Saturday in Salt Lake City. This is the last pair of tickets we have to give away, the show is sold out. No purchase is necessary, no donation is necessary and only people who come in to the Pole Line location McDonald's will have a chance to win tickets.

There is also a chance for you to win tickets to the Country Fan Fest in Tooele Utah at the end of the month with big name artists like Kip Moore, Brantley Gilbert and much much more.

So we will see you tonight at the Pole Line McDonald's location between 5pm and 8 pm.

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