Minute To Win It


Eagle Country and The Legendary Buffalo Chip are giving you a chance to win a pair of week-long wristbands to the Party at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip! Play Minute To Win It to become a finalist. Every contestant also gets a free 2 day ticket to see the TORC Off-Road Championship at the Chip. Come and watch, and you could win some cool swag from The Sturgis Buffalo Chip, and Budweiser. Watch for more dates to be added soon. You can qualify at one of the following locations:


2/8 – Valley Sports Bar

2/21 Joe’s Place

2/22- Pepper's in Nisland

2/28-Bullwhackers Saloon in Whitewood

3/1- Pepper's in Nisland

3/7 – Knuckle Saloon

3/21 – Lucky’s 13

3/22- Joe's Place

3/28- Chute Roosters-Hill City

3/29 – The Outpost

4/4- The Branding Iron in Belle Fourche

4/5 – Knuckle Saloon

4/19- Chute Roosters-Hill City

4/25- The Outpost

5/9- Bullwhackers Saloon in Whitewood

5/10 (semis) – Valley Sports Bar

5/17 (Finals) –Valley Sports Bar



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