Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving from Western Life Radio



With Thanksgiving once again upon us we reflect upon another amazing year of outdoor adventures and those who have helped us out along the way.

Thank you for all that you do to support us at Western Life Radio.

Since 1991 we have been sharing the best of Utah's Outdoors with our listening audience.

23 years ago this weekend in a little run down Provo studio, Utah's longest running outdoor lifestyle radio program was born. Now airing on five stations statewide, 7 days a week, we reach farther than any other outdoor program in Utah.

We are grateful for guests each week that join us around the campfire to share their stories and advice to help others more fully enjoy their outdoor experiences.

We are grateful for stations that see our vision and support our outdoor Message. Without these cooperating stations, our outdoor voice would be silent.

We are grateful for our sponsors. Without them we could not exist. Sponsors are the life blood of our program and it is through their support I am able to feed and shelter my family in addition to being able to share our outdoor legacy.

We are grateful for our listeners who follow us over the air and online.  There have been times when too many followers tried to download the audio at the same time, which crashed the servers. We hope our upgrades have resolved this issue.

We have enjoyed sharing stories, advice and outdoor news, in addition to issues that affect Utah's recreationists. I am not aware of any other program that has covered the issues we discussed this year. We hope our voice has created awareness of these challenges we are facing.  These will affect our outdoor legacy and the opportunities our children will have in the future.

Once again thank you for all that you have done to help us this year.  We have some very exciting things we are working on for 2015 and we look forward to having you be part of the next chapter of our outdoor story.

We wish you and your family a fun and safe holiday weekend.

Thank you again for being part of our outdoor family.

Happy Thanksgiving! 


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