ARN To Launch Daily TVCs For KIIS Brekkie Duo Jase And Lauren’s $50K Word Play

ARN To Launch Daily TVCs For KIIS Brekkie Duo Jase And Lauren’s $50K Word Play
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ARN’s KIIS 101.1 has launched a new TVC to promote Jase & Lauren’s $50K Word Play, aka the easiest game to play…the hardest to win.

What are Jase & Lauren thinking? That’s the question Melbourne audiences will be asking every day as they put themselves to the test playing Jase & Lauren’s $50K Word Play.

To play, contestants just need to say the first word that comes to mind for each of the five random words and if the words match with either Jase or Lauren that’s a $50K win!

Every day a new Jase & Lauren TVC will air with the next day’s five random words – to give listeners an even better chance to win.

The TVC developed by Emotive, launched yesterday and will change out daily. The campaign will run for three weeks.




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