I am proud to be a part of the KIX 104 airstaff, as it gives me the opportunity to meet so many great KIX listeners. If you get an opportunity to drop me an email or call, please do.
To tell you a little more about myself, I have worked in radio since I was 14 years old. It's the job I have always dreamed of and I have never really wanted to do anything else. I was born in Fort Smith and worked at many stations there during the 80's and 90's. I was also the morning news TV anchor on the NBC affiliate for a couple of years, but I really like being on the radio better. Delivering the news is very important, but I always liked being able to select material and connect with each listener on topics of entertainment rather than (in many cases) bad news.
My daughter Kristin getting ready for the 2008 Heart Gala...She's an American Heart Association Sweetheart...I'll be the auctioneer for this years event and proud Dad!
Some other points of interest include charity work like announccing for the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, and several others. I also announce rodeo's and I am a member of both Springdale Rotary and Lions Club and am proud to serve on the Springdale Planning commission. Additionally, I teach college part-time on the subjects of marketing and public relations; I really like helping people obtain their degree! My passion, outside of radio, is traveling, but I also enjoy sailing and most outdoor activities.
Me, along with Brock, Jay, and Anastasia from Clear Channel at the Big Kix Tailgate Party during a Razorback football game.
That's probably more info than you ever needed so I'll end here, but I hope to get a chance to see you soon at a KIX 104 event! Be sure and check my journal on the right hand side of this page for the most current activities!