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Where Can I Buy A Midland Weather Radio?

Q: Where can I buy a Midland Weather Radio?

A: Most South Mississippi area Walgreens are selling the Midland WR-100 Weather Radios at a special price of $29.99 during this limited promotion with WLOX-TV. The WR-100 model retails for $49.95, and includes the following features:

  • S.A.M.E. Localized Reception
  • 7 N.O.A.A. Channels
  • Digital front panel display
  • 25 Programmable Counties 
  • User selectable warning system
  • Choice of Voice, Siren, or Tone Alert
  • Time & Alarm Clock with full display
  • Emergency power back-up, uses 3 AA Batteries (not included)
  • AC Wall Adapter Included
  • Public Alert Certified  

Below is a list of stores where the radios are currently in stock. Two Walgreens in Picayune will also soon join the list. If your local Walgreens is out of stock, be sure to check back. New shipments are coming in all the time.

Walgreens #9545
120 W Railroad Street
Long Beach, MS 39560

Walgreens #5195
15371 Dedeaux Road
Gulfport, MS 39507

Walgreens #3452
2 Pass Road
Gulfport, MS 39507

Walgreens #4172
2405 Pass Road
Biloxi, MS  39531

Walgreens #5653
3800 Market Street
Pascagoula, MS 39567

WLOX's Midland Weather Radio promotion is sponsored by Midland Radio Corporation and Walgreens.

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