How Do You Turn Your Miles into Music? (Sweepstakes!)

This post is sponsored by Marathon.

I honestly can’t remember the last time I commuted via car without having the radio on.  Listening to your favorite songs sure can make the miles go by quicker and enhance your entire driving experience.

Country music is generally what you’ll find streaming from my car stereo.  When tunes like Jake Owen’s “Down to the Honkytonk” come on, I love to crank it up and sing along.

iHeartRadio and Marathon truly want to turn your miles into music with the “iHeartCountry LIVE with Jake Owen Sweepstakes!”  iHeartRadio and Marathon are giving one winner and a guest a chance to win a VIP trip to see Jake Owen perform at the iHeartRadio Theater in NYC on October 16.

How Do You Turn Your Miles into Music?

The winners will get a Meet and Greet with Jake Owen, roundtrip airfare and ground transportation to and from the event, two-night hotel accommodations, and two tickets to an intimate theater concert with 200 attendees.

Can you imagine?  Just you, Jake Owen and a small group of folks enjoying a special evening that sure to be filled with music and magic.  Definitely an experience I’d love to have.

Hearing Jake Owen sing “Down to the Honkytonk” live would simply be dreamy!

Find out more details and enter to win HERE.

How Do You Turn Your Miles into Music?

Want to make even more of your miles?

Marathon’s mission is to help you make the most out of every mile you drive.  To help you give you miles more meaning, they’ve set up special offers, road trip advice, games and even a MakeItCount loyalty program where you can earn points to use towards fab rewards along your journeys!

Check it all out at MilesHaveMeaning.com.

How will you turn your miles into music?  I’d totally start by entering the Turn Miles into Music Sweepstakes!  Be sure to hurry, though, entries need to be in by September 30, 2018!

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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an author and sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky. When she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.
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    Thanks for the heads up!

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