Welcome to the Bettendorf vs. Davenport North game at Brady Street Stadium! It's the 9th and final week of the 2021 Tailgate Tour, powered by XPAC in Milan and we have another chance for you to win $100 in cash. Sign up below for your chance to win.

When the B100 and XPAC Tailgate Tour comes to your school, including tonight in Orion, you'll have a chance to score $100 in cash! We'll be there an hour before kickoff for you to sign up to win. Right at kickoff, we'll announce the winner of the $100!

You can start signing up at 6:15 p.m. for your chance to win the $100! The winner will be drawn at 7:15 p.m. so make sure you have your phone on loud in case we call!

**Winners must be 14 years of age or older. Winners under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian when claiming the prize. All winners over 18-years-old must show I.D.**

The 2021 Tailgate Tour is powered by XPAC in Milan! Positions are available at XPAC and are paying up to $20 per hour including performance and attendance incentives.

More details, ways to vote, and more can be found right here.

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To see the final results of every game of the 2021 Tailgate Tour, click the button below! Thank you for a great 2021 Quad Cities High School football season, and good luck to all of the teams who make it to the playoffs.

Good luck to Bettendorf and Davenport North tonight for week 9 of the 2021 Tailgate Tour, powered by XPAC in Milan and B100!

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