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Friday, 16 April 2010 10:15

Off the Hook! KDHX Spring Drive 2010

Written by Joe Calendar
Off the Hook! KDHX Spring Drive 2010 Sara Finke

KDHX wrapped up Spring Membership Drive 2010 on April 11. The drive was a ringing success, with over 1000 individual donations and renewals bringing us to nearly 92% of our goal. We can't thank you enough. If you missed the drive, it's never too late to support your favorite radio station. Donate online today!

The KDHX audience is as diverse as the programming you hear every day on 88.1. Listeners from all over the Saint Louis region, as well as from Cincinnati, LA, Phoenix, San Francisco, NYC, the UK, Boston, Indianapolis, Chicago, Huntsville, Germany, DC, Raleigh, Dallas, Missoula, Kansas City, Tulsa, Dayton, Nashville, Tampa and even Saudi Arabia called in or donated online during Spring Membership Drive 2010. KDHX's reach is truly global.

And while the drive was a success, we fell just under our $165,000 goal. We hope everyone who hasn't yet supported KDHX will consider making a donation at our quick and easy support page or by calling 314-827-5349.

If you donate to KDHX by noon on May 10, we'll send you 2 tickets to Midwest Mayhem, our annual spring party at the City Museum on May 13, 2010. If you support KDHX at the $88 level or higher, or join the Radio Frequency Club, we'll also send you the brand new and beautiful KDHX logo t-shirt.

If you became a new member or renewed your membership during the drive, your tickets and/or t-shirts will be arriving over the next few weeks.

In these demanding economic times, we want you to know how much we appreciate your financial contributions to KDHX. With your help, independent music and media will always play here.

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