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Our 12 Days of Christmas Winners

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Check HERE to see a list of our 12 winners….and what each one of them took home during our 12 Days of Christmas contest!

Final 12 Days of Christmas Winner: Michelle Ledbetter

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Congrats to our final 12 days of Christmas winner, Michelle Ledbetter from Auburn, who won a Yeti Hopper from University Ace Hardware! Thanks to everyone who entered and our sponsors for making this…

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Today in Classic Hits History

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Every day, Guthrie’s Chicken Fingers presents “Today in Wings Classic Hits History” during Rich & Jeremy in the Morning as well as here on WingsFM.com.

You’ll know what important events happened in the world of Classic Rock ‘n Roll on that particular date and will amaze your friends with your Classic Hits knowledge!

Classic Hits History: January 20

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Today in Wings Classic Hits History presented by Guthrie’s: In 1958, Elvis Presley got his orders to report to duty from the U.S. Army. He was allowed a 60-day deferment…