Jammin’ Nation Celebration

Jammin’ Nation Celebration

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The Jammin’ Nation Celebration featuring Tom Joyner!

The man who wakes you up every morning, Tom Joyner, is co-hosting an exclusive party and giving away some of his favorite things.

Win your way into the Jammin’ Nation Celebration and you’ll have a chance to win some of “Tom’s Favorite Things” including tequila, red velvet cake, Beats by Dre, iPads, a Jamaican getaway courtesy of Columbia Records and more.

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ALL PASSES HAVE BEEN GIVEN AWAY!

The Jammin’ Nation Celebration featuring Tom Joyner is Saturday, July 19 and is brought to you by Columbia RecordsE One Records, Atlantic Records and Jammin’ 98.3.


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