Day Sponsorship

Day sponsorships are available for anyone wishing to celebrate special occasions on KRCC. These can include weddings, anniversaries, engagements, birthdays, retirements, and other special personal events. Day Sponsorships are $91.50 and provide four announcements between the hours of 6:00 am and 7:00 pm, on any day of your choosing throughout the year.

An example of a Day Sponsorship is:

“ Programming on KRCC is funded by sponsor of the day Piggy, wishing the best hod trowler ever, Raisin, a joyous birthday and best of luck with the results of your culture.”

A maximum of three day sponsorships will be allotted per day, so make your plans now and join us in this unique way to celebrate or send a greeting.

Day Sponsorships must be arranged at least two weeks in advance. Payment may be made by cash, check, VISA, Mastercard, AMEX or Discover and must be received prior to the day of sponsorship. Please direct any questions to Mary Ellen Davis at maryellen@krcc.org, or by phone at 473-4801 | 800-748-2727.

 

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