Thursday, March 13, 2008

THE SHUFFLE FUNCTION 24 HOUR PLEDGE DRIVE A-GO-GO: 2008!


THE SHUFFLE FUNCTION
24 HOUR PLEDGE DRIVE A-GO-GO

April 10th, six p.m. - April 11th six p.m.
KMSU 89.7 fm or KMSK 91.3 fm
Available online @ kmsu.org

Spring is upon us, true believers. Temperatures are becoming bearable, snow is thawing, and the KMSU Spring Pledge drive comes to you and asks for your big time financial help.

Every Spring Shelley and I throw ourselves at you and broadcast LIVE for 24 hours straight, with NO SLEEP, and only the basic human needs of CAFFEINE and ROCK AND ROLL keeping us going. Why do we do this? Why do we beat ourselves into radio submission, reducing ourselves to drooling pile of radio funk? Because we believe in KMSU! We believe in KMSU so much that the misery of depriving ourselves of sleep for 24 hours straight is nothing... NOTHING compared to the misery of a world without a radio station like this in the community.

If you listen to KMSU at any point during your day, then you know that this is a station that provides you with something you can't find anywhere else on the radio dial. The honest truth is that radio like that cannot exist without the financial support of our listeners. We really hope that your belief in this station and its place in the community and on the radio dial is great enough that you will make a donation to keep it alive.

The pledge drive starts on the 9th of April, so there will be plenty of time for begging, and sonnets, and sermons about virtues of KMSU and community supported radio. We'll save them for the drive. We just hope you'll tune in during the 24 Hour Pledge Drive A-Go-GO and give your support. We have a bunch of stuff planned, and we have some unique swag all lined up to hopefully convince you to part with some of your hard earned cash. We'll get into it all later.

Right now, all you have to do is mark your calendar and start your training. Sleep is for suckers and commercial radio, true believers!

Shyboy


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed the extended Sugarhill Gang this morning... Do that more often.