The stress of all the holidays is so hard to handle sometimes! Wouldn't it be awesome to just take a couple days off and get away to somewhere warm when the weather is turning cold?

You had the chance to sign up to win every day during the month of August. Today is the day when we find out who will be setting sail on a cruise for two. It's time to find out who our winner is..

In case you need a reminder as to what you signed up for, here it is.  To celebrate 50 years in business, our friends at Chuckles Convenience Stores and Gas Stations along with Townsquare Media are giving away a five-day cruise with an ocean-view room on the Carnival Fantasy to Cozumel, Mexico for two, PLUS $500 cash!

Leaving December 2, 2017, from Mobile, AL, the cruise will take you through the Yucatan (Progreso), Mexico and to Cozumel, Mexico, with two fun days at sea to relax, dine, and get some sun! You don't even need a passport since you'll be sailing from a US port!

 

This summer C. E. Taylor Oil and your Local Chuckles Convenience Store is celebrating 50 years of business! Founded in 1967, CE Taylor Oil began operations in Washington with a handful of local service stations growing to today with 29 stores in the Tri County Area. The employ over 320 workers from the communities they serve! Help Chuckles Celebrate the 50 Year milestone with great deals and chances to win great prizes!

ABOUT THE CARNIVAL FANTASY

The Carnival Fantasy is today fitted with all the modern conveniences, and once aboard, you’ll not only see it, but you’ll hear it for yourself. Listen for the “ahh” of relaxation at Serenity Adult-Only Retreat, the “ahhhhh” of extreme relaxation at Spa Carnival… but don’t miss the “aaaaaaaaah!!” of thrills at Carnival WaterWorks, our on-board water park featuring Twister Waterslide and Splash Park!

Speaking of modern conveniences, Carnival Fantasy has some of the latest food and drink spots, located right where you want them: alfresco. Guy’s Burger Joint serves up signature burgers designed by, you know, that Guy Fieri guy… while BlueIguana Cantina is there to help you kick those no-taco blues. RedFrog Rum Bar and BlueIguana Tequila Bar may be rivals, but a little friendly competition goes a long way towards quenching your thirst for fun.

It doesn’t end there either. When was the last time you spent an evening at a piano bar themed like ancient Egypt? Yeah, that’s exactly what we thought… and we know exactly where you can find one.

You’ll find all this — and more — when you join the long list of delighted folks who've enjoyed a vacation on Carnival Fantasy.

**Winner will win cruise and $500 for expenses. Prize includes food, non-alcoholic beverages, and gratuity. Prize does NOT include transportation to or from Mobile, AL, or overnight accommodations. Prize winner will be responsible for state and federal income taxes on prize. Must be 18 to enter/win.

Winner may purchase vacation insurance at time they take possession of prize for the amount of $98.

This is a multi-station promotion. One winner will be chosen from all stations - WBKR, WKDQ, WJLT, WGBF-FM, WGBF-AM, WOMI, WDKS.

Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses, as used by us, may include any and all fees, charges, tolls and taxes imposed on us by governmental or quasi-governmental authorities, as well third party fees and charges arising from a vessel’s presence in a harbor or port. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses may include U.S. Customs fees, head taxes, Panama Canal tolls, dockage fees, wharfage fees, inspection fees, pilotage, air taxes, hotel or VAT taxes incurred as part of a land tour, immigration and naturalization fees, and Internal Revenue Service fees, as well as fees for navigation, berthing, stevedoring, baggage handling/storage and security services. Taxes, Fees, & Port Expenses may be assessed per passenger, per berth, per ton or per vessel. Assessments calculated on a per ton or per vessel basis will be spread over the number of passengers on the Ship. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses are subject to change and Carnival reserves the right to collect any increases in effect at the time of sailing even if the fare has already been paid in full which is the responsibility of the prize winner.