KMLE @ 107.9 to host first Daddy-Daughter Derby in Scottsdale

KMLE @ 107.9 morning show air personalities Steve and Nina, in conjunction with Paul’s Ace Hardware store, are inviting everyone in the Valley to be a part of KMLE @ 107.9’s first Daddy-Daughter Derby.

On Father’s Day, June 21, 50 Daddy-Daughter teams will have a chance to compete in a timed obstacle course made up entirely of “daughter” tasks for dad such as painting his nails and braiding hair, and “daddy” tasks for daughter including changing a light bulb and checking the oil in a car.

The fastest winning team will receive a pair of tickets to the Taylor Swift concert for daughter and a new Weber Spirit E210 grill for Dad, according to a press release. Other contestants will win gift cards to Paul’s Ace Hardware.

The event will take place at Paul’s Ace Hardware, 1800 N. Scottsdale Rd.

All pre-registered teams must check in between 8-9 a.m. on June 21. The competition is to begin at 10 a.m

To register, visit  On-line registrations will be taken through 8 a.m. on June 19, or until all 50 slots are filled, according to the release.  KMLE will hold a last-minute random drawing on site on Sunday, June 21, at Paul’s Ace Hardware between 9:01 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. should there be any open slots.

Daughters must be no younger than 11-years-old and no older than 17-years-old.  Fathers must be at least 18-years-old, according to the release.

For more information about KMLE @ 107.9’s First Daddy-Daughter Derby, please visit  For more information about Paul’s Ace Hardware, please visit

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