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Coldstone Creamery Birthday Club

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Your love ones' birthday is cause for celebration and the stations of KUAM and Coldstone Creamery want to make it extra special for them!  Watch KUAM News and listen to KUAM Radio where we'll announce the special celebrants every weekday.  Every Friday, one lucky person will win a  birthday cake from Coldstone Creamery.  To get your special someone featured with a shout out on the Birthday Club,click on the link below and register a recipient.  You must also send an email with the name of the celebrant and their date of birth as well as a single close up photo to birthdayclub@kuam.com

Please submit one email per celebrant.  To ensure the celebrant is featured, please submit at least 2 days prior but NO LATER THAN Noon (CST) on the day of featured birthday.  

The Birthday Club is presented by KUAM and Coldstone Creamery.  

*Due to the size limitations of broadcast graphics, we encourage and recommend you to submit a single close up shot of the Birthday Celebrant for best quality. Photos with graphics and photo collages with multiple pictures may not appear in optimum viewing quality because of set broadcast dimensions.  Thank you!

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