Mobile MIX Text Club

Mobile MIX Text Club

It’s easy to interact with MIX 94.5 by text – but as a member of The Mobile MIX (our MIXclusive text club) – presented by The Ryan Dallas Team-Keller Williams.  As a member, you’re entitled to all kinds of perks too!

Join by texting MIX to 77000.

Members will get concert & contest info from us, the chance to win prizes, get discounts from area businesses and other periodic messages from us sent right to your phone.

*4 msgs/mnth. Text HELP for help. Reply MIX STOP to opt-out at any time. Message & data rates may apply.

Request a Song:
Text REQUEST followed by the song you want to hear to 77000.
Example: Request Roar by Katy Perry
Text HELP for help.

Interact with Kevin & Sarah:
Text KS and your message (your name too) to 77000.
Example: KS Tell Kevin not to feel bad, I blew up our grill too!
*2 msgs/text sent. Text HELP for help. Msg&Data rates may apply

Request Songs:
Text “Play” followed by the song you want to hear and your name to 77000
Example: Play She Thinks My Tractors Sexy John in Catlin
*2 msgs/text sent. Text HELP for help. Msg&Data rates may apply

Interact with us in the on-air studio:
Text MIX945 and your comments (and name) to 77000.
Example: MIX945 Just letting you guys know there’s a big traffic back-up on I74 West. Jessica
*2 msgs/text sent. Text HELP for help. Msg&Data rates may apply

Of course you can always reach us on the Listener Lines and (217) 351-9494 to talk to a real person and ask questions.

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