The EAGLE and K-SKY radio stations are donating $30,000.00 free airtime in the next 30 days across all of our platforms to support the hard hit local restaurant industry. If your establishment is open for business and offering takeout or delivery, we want to hear from you. LIKE RIGHT NOW WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and we'll forward you a quick form to fill out with your pertinent info. There is no cost associated with this whatsoever. DO IT NOW so we can get it on the air sooner rather than later!
As we work our way through this slight pause in our normal daily lives, we urge you to not touch your radio! Just leave it on the Eagle and we'll do our very best to rock your days and nights. Please follow all the directives of our Governor and the federal government, wash your hands, keep your distance and stay safe out there!
How does free lunch for your workplace sound?! Every MONDAY we will highlight a local business and send over flowers from Budget BouquetS & More, Then Zepp will stop by with free beverages from Harrington Pepsi-Cola Bottling & a Subway lunch platter with cookies! Simply email us at Zepp@KBZM.com and tell us why you'd like to be The Eagle Business of The Week. DO IT NOW!
BILLION AUTO GROUP presents Free For All Friday every Friday morning on the Eagle Morning Show as Billion ad guy Greg Baker joins Zepp live on the radio. Zepp and 'Bake' join forces to throw conventional radio programming rules out the window, take your song requests, give away a whole host of Billion Auto Group goodies and, well, help you achieve total consciousness as you gear up for the weekend ahead!
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