SEA FM on the NSW Central Coast has convinced Shannon Cleary from TEN’s Big Brother to join the station to co-host SEA FM’s Little Sister Too contest.
SEA FM Program Director JASON MATTHEWS told radioinfo: “It’s great to have Shannon with us. She’s a fantastic talent, and will add even more interest to what’s already the most talked about radio promotion ever held on the Coast.”
SEA FM’s Little Sister Too will be held in “The Sister Shack”, a large shopfront on The Entrance Road at Erina – the highest traffic area on the Central Coast. The 10 women will be in the public eye for up to 12 days, with the last Little Sister left taking away the first prize of $5000.
Listeners will also be able to follow the contest via the SEA FM website, with multiple webcams in the “Sister Shack” and live audio streaming.