We have spirit, yes we do! We have spirit, and you?

My School Rules, the tri-state’s largest school spirit contest is back for 2022 and we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve partnered with Robert John & Associates once again to award the winning local school $1,000 to use on…well…anything they want!

Voting opened on August 15 and wow, we had a crazy number of votes. But now we are in the TOP 5! You will have NOW until September 5 to vote. Then on September 6, we will announce the WINNER!


All area schools within a 100 mile radius of Evansville, IN are eligible to participate. This year, we are shaking things up a bit and we are voting in stages. We will have an open vote with all schools on August 15th. But on August 22, we’ll tally the votes and the top 20 schools will compete in an all-new poll. On August 29th we will select the top 5 schools and once again a brand new poll will be launched for listeners to choose a winner who will be named on Tuesday September 6th.

    • August 15, 2022: Voting opens (ALL SCHOOLS)
    • August 22, 2022: opening of votes for the 20 best schools
    • August 29, 2022: Opening of votes for the 5 best schools
    • September 6: We will name the BEST SCHOOL in the TRI-STATES!


This contest is a multi-station contest. (WBKR, WKDQ, WJLT, WGBF-FM, WGBF-AM, WOMI, WDKS) Voting is conducted through a third-party voting platform Crowdsignal and is not controlled by Townsquare Media employees. The award will be provided by Robert John & Associates Law Offices of Evansville. The winning school will be contacted after September 7, 2022 and arrangements will be made at that time to present the check. All taxes are the responsibility of the winning party. * School must be within 100 miles of Evansville, IN. In the event of a tie, Townsquare Media staff will randomly select a winner. ALL TOWNSQUARE MEDIA CONTEST RULES APPLY.

So let me ask again…

We have spirit, yes we do! We have spirit, and you?

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