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Don't Forget: Send In Your "Say Good Morning Oklahoma" Videos

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It's the weekend, so you've got plenty of time to record a "Say Good Morning Oklahoma" greeting to air on Good Morning Oklahoma.

We're asking folks to help us greet viewers with videos submitted via e-mail. All you have to do is grab your cell phone and record you, your family, friends, pets or any combination saying these things:

1. Your name or organization
2. Where you are
3. the phrase "I'd (or we'd) like to say Good Morning Oklahoma!"

When you're done, don't forget to email it to gmo@ktul.com.

We will announce each morning on the GMO Facebook page which greetings we will use so you can tune in. You don't have to live in Oklahoma to take part. We've got folks sending in greetings from other states and even as far away as France!

We've already had some great entries so far. The Bishop Kelly High School robotics team used their robot entry to help Say Good Morning Oklahoma. SStudents at Marshall Elementary in Checotah also got in on the fun by wishing Dr. Seuss a happy birthday.

Keith, Laura and Andrew look forward to seeing what you send, and hope you'll help them wake up green country each weekday on Good Morning Oklahoma.

 

 

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