See the Clues & Guess Now – Lite Rock’s Luck of the Irish Getaway
If you’re enough lucky to be Irish… you’re lucky enough, Erin go bragh,sláinte, and may the road rise up to meet you!
Yes, it’s St. Patrick’s Day and I am caught up in all things Irish, including the limerick.
A limerick is defined as a humorous poem consisting of five lines. The first, second, and fifth lines must rhyme and have the same verbal rhythm. The third and fourth lines have to rhyme with each other and have the same rhythm.
So when we needed an idea to give away a really nice dinner and overnight package at Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we decided to give you clues in limerick form.
Five lines of silly poetry over five days will help you figure out our secret Luck of the Irish location!
If you play along you can win dinner at the Trattoria and an overnight stay at the Taj Mahal. Your getaway won’t be on St. Patrick’s Day, because we won’t pick the winner until Friday, March 18 on the Lite Rock Morning Show with Eddie Davis. You can schedule your getaway when it’s convenient for you.
Here is how you play.
There have been five videos with limerick clues for you to watch. Use the clues to find a secret location we’ve picked somewhere in South Jersey. Everyone who is able to determine the location after the fifth clue will be put in a drawing for the overnight getaway at the Taj Mahal.
Here are the five clues for Lite Rock's Luck of the Irish Getaway...
- Clue # 1
- Clue #2
- Clue #3
- Clue #4
- Clue #5
After you watch the fifth clue you will have chance to guess about the secret location to win the Luck of the Irish Getaway. Hopefully the location will be obvious, but your knowledge of the South Jersey neighborhood involved could make it easier for you. Deadline is 11:59pm Thursday, March 17th.
Remember, you don’t have to go to the secret location, just guess where it is after the fifth clue, but you are welcome to do some investigative work along the way if you need to to clarify any of the clues.
Watch clue #5 and then use the contest form in this posting to give us your guess for the secret location. The location has a identifiable name and that name is the only one we will be accepting for the correct answer.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!