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How to Ask TODAY Show's Willard Scott to Announce Someone's 100th Birthday By eHow Contributor , last updated June 23, 2014Found This Helpful
Turning 100 is an enormous celebratory event. Make the day more special for your centenarian by including the birthday in a broadcast of NBC's "Today" show. Willard Scott has been announcing 100th birthdays, special anniversaries and more for decades. Contact the show to see if your special relative or friend's bid day may be announced as part of an upcoming telecast. Include the critical information requested by the show, or the birthday won't be considered for announcement.
1. Write to the show and include the information requested for the announcement. Send in a recent photo (that you don't want back), centenarian's name (with hints on pronunciation, if necessary), birth date, address and something special, such as a hobby or piece of advice from the celebrant. Also include your address and phone number for the show to contact you.
2. Mail the information to:
Willard Scott Birthdays
TODAY show, NBC News
4001 Nebraska Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016
3. Email the show with the information at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you prefer. Attach the photo to the email and include a telephone number for the show to contact you.
4. Wait for the show to call. Since the show receives more requests than it can fulfill, only those contacted by the show will have their 100th birthday announced.
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