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FWB Sanitation Department Cleans Up by Winning Lunch from McAlister’s Deli with the B-Team

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Jeff Lytle was Fort Walton Beach Sanitation’s hero by winning 100.3 KROCK Radio’s free Lunch with the B Team generously provided by McAlister’s Deli for all his coworkers on March 27.

As usual, McAlister’s Deli’s made everyone happy with their friendly smiles and hand-crafted sandwiches, fresh salads, giant stuffed spuds along with their famous sweet tea. An easygoing counter-service chain, McAlister’s Deli is located at 99 Eglin Pkwy NE Suite 23 in Fort Walton Beach.

Lytle had this to say, “We had 100.3 KROCK’s B Team and McAlister‘s Deli show up for lunch today from the Lunch with the B Team contest I entered. All our guys had a great lunch and the opportunity to actually put faces with the voices from the B Team was great. Giving a huge shout out to all you guys (except for whoever forgot my t-shirt). Thank you—we thoroughly enjoyed it. I can say that 100.3 KROCK is the only radio station on the Emerald Coast that has a bad-ass, V8 in stick shift—it’s where the action is, was, and always will be. Thanks again from the Fort Walton Beach Sanitation Department.”

You could be the next hero by registering for free lunch for your entire office (up to 25 people). You can only enter once for your chance to win but encouraging your colleagues, bosses, teammates, and employees to also enter increases your chances of winning.

June Scroggin
Author: June Scroggin

Staff writer for Omni Broadcasting, June is curious about most everything and is adept at meticulously researching any topic. She enjoys the challenge of various writing styles—succinct “just-the-facts, ma’am” as well as energetic irreverence (while still factual).

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