ARN radio station to fly 100 listeners to Goa

ARN radio station to fly 100 listeners to Goa. (AFP)

City 101.6 FM, the Asian contemporary radio station part of the Arabian Radio Network (ARN), announced that it is flying 100 lucky listeners to the sandy beaches of Goa.

In the first competition of its kind for City 101.6, the winners will be treated to an all-expense paid weekend stay at a five-star hotel with Goan cuisine as well as fun, games and a beach party. The 100 listeners will also enjoy the company of all RJs from City 101.6 during the trip.

Steve Smith, COO, ARN, said: "This is an exciting chance for City 101.6 FM listeners to unwind in a destination that captivates everyone with its long beaches. Our objective is to continue reaching out to the station's loyal listeners and reward them for their dedication."

Mahmoud Rasheed, General Manager, ARN, said: "This offer strongly demonstrates our commitment to engage our listeners and acknowledge their contribution to the phenomenal success of City 101.6 FM. We believe such interactions with listeners will help us retain our status as their radio station of choice."

 

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