ABC15 Chief Meteorologist Amber Sullins made Arizona proud on Wednesday night.
After competing against 3 meteorologists on the national game show Let’s Ask America, Amber walked away the champion, winning $47,000 for Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
“The chance to win those awesome kids some money was a terrific opportunity,” said Amber. " Let's Ask America was a blast!”
Amber competed in a special weather anchors episode of the show, up against meteorologists from across the country who each played for their favorite local charity.
If you’d like to leave a congratulatory message for Amber, you can reach out on her Facebook page .
You can also catch Let’s Ask America weeknights at 6:30pm on ABC15.
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