As usual, when it's time to do a little bit more for Boy Scouts and thousands of other worthy causes, radio - as represented by Cat Country 98.7/Pensacola's morning guy Brent Lane, is the first one to volunteer (click to watch the WEAR-TV video of the event).
Of course, Gannett's News-Journal was there to cover it too.
Lane termed Friday's stunt: "a top 3 adrenaline rush of a life time."
It's such a source of pride in seeing radio's people and all media working together both up in the air and on the ground to help make a big difference in shared positive values.
Please let me know what YOU are doing in your home town too!
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