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K B U T 90.3 COMMUNITY RADIO NEWSLETTER INSIDE: Program Schedule • Top 10 releases of 2007 • Program News & Highlights • Listeners’ Comments • Events Calendar KBUT Gets New Web Site C heck out the new KBUT web site at www.kbut.org. We’ve got a brand new design, new content and new features. You can listen online and ﬁnd an updated KBUT program guide, DJ proﬁles and playlists, podcasts, new music reviews, and information about upcoming programs and special broadcasts. The site is also a vital link to the Gunnison Valley community. You’ll ﬁnd local weather forecasts, road conditions and a community calendar with event and live music listings. You can hear archived audio of local news and public aﬀairs shows so you can listen on your time. You’ll also have access to continually updated Jordan joins his mom, DJ LLL, in the KBUT on-air studio. national and global news and informa- tion. A new feature is access to national Crigler, who assisted many community assisted and supported by a national coali- news and reviews about the arts. The site groups with their applications. “This ﬁling tion called Radio for People whose slogan is hosted by Public Interactive, which pro- window will have social consequences. It is a was “Be the media!” vides web content and marketing services last opportunity to have a ﬁght about values KBUT is one applicant among for public broadcasters. and how public spectrum ought to be used.” several competing for signals in Gunnison This window of opportunity came and Almont. KBUT ﬁled the applications Community following a lengthy freeze on applications that had been in eﬀect since 2000. After in order to protect and maintain our service to Gunnison and the south end Radio Rallies such a long wait, the FCC was hit with a deluge of over 3600 requests. The number of the valley. KBUT’s broadcast originates from our transmitter at 90.3 FM. The for FCC Window of available frequencies is far less than the number of people who want those signal reaches Gunnison and Almont via two translators at 89.9 FM and 94.9 FM radio signals. The FCC is expected to take respectively. Unfortunately, translator T he possibility for hundreds of new up to four years to determine who will be signals are vulnerable to being knocked oﬀ community radio stations recently awarded the frequency in the case of so the air by competitors with full service or came closer to reality. Last October, many competing applications. transmitter signals. KBUT ﬁled applications the Federal Communications Commis- Under pressure from community with the FCC to upgrade our translator sion (FCC) opened a ﬁling window for new broadcasters, grassroots organizations, signals to full service status. stations and major changes to existing media activists, indigenous tribes, schools Community radio proponents, as stations in the FM bandwith reserved for and colleges, the FCC has established new well as media reform and media justice non-commercial broadcasters. regulations for resolving competition organizations, were enthusiastic about These Non-Commercial Educa- among applicants. The new points system the FCC window citing the possibilities for tional (NCE) frequencies are granted to gives local community groups fairer op- more locally owned and controlled public nonproﬁt organizations free of charge by portunities to compete with the national radio stations. Stay tuned to KBUT for more the federal government. “This is the last broadcasters, dominated by conservative information regarding the station’s FCC free spectrum,” said FCC attorney John religious groups. Community groups were applications and our signal plans. KBUT’s mission is to enrich and unify the Gunnison Valley through information, winter entertainment and community involvement. 07/08 K B U T more, are being done to improve and enhance your listening experience. It has been great getting to know and work with the station’s staﬀ and volunteers and getting to know you, Staﬀ the listeners. The comments I’ve received Dave Clayton, General Manager from you have taught me what KBUT does Erin Roberts, Program Director and can do for our communities. We are Josh Elmer, Volunteer & Events Manager here for you, that is why we exist. We Kim Carroll Bosler, Development Director are “volunteer-run, listener-supported Chad Reich, Music Director community radio for the Gunnison Valley.” Dave Clayton, General Manager. Kristen Lawrynk, Underwriting & I hope that you enjoy our programs and Membership Director know that we value getting your opinions, Note from ideas or suggestions. If there is one thing I could ask the Manager Board of Directors of you it would be that you continue to Graham Ullrich, President support KBUT, however you can. Whether Pete Nichols, Vice-President it is being a volunteer, pledging during W Nicholas Kempin, Treasurer ell, it has been an exciting member drives, having your business Matt Malick, Secretary time since dropping into the underwrite KBUT programming or even Tracy Williams-Hastings GM’s chair last May. KBUT has spreading the word about us to others, Alex Fenlon applied for new transmitters in Almont your support is essential. By supporting Kimberly Metsch and Gunnison, we have launched a new KBUT, your station, you help keep us on the KBUT website with many new features and air and make all KBUT does worthwhile. content, and we have local news programs Thank you for making this such a Community Advisory Board back on the air. All of these things, and great place to work and live. Terry Schliesman Programs Alan Rose Margie Haley John Haley Talley Baxter Tim Cashman KBUT COMMUNITY RADIO Local News Returns! PO Box 308/ 508 Maroon Ave. KBUT is pleased to oﬀer a return to local Crested Butte, CO 81224 news & public aﬀairs programming. KBUT oﬃce: 970.349.5225 has partnered with reporters from the DJ: 970.349.7444 Gunnison Country Times and the Crested fax: 970.349.6440 90.3 FM Crested Butte Butte News to provide coverage of the 89.9 FM Gunnison whole valley. Local news reports can be 94.9 FM Almont heard weekdays at 12:06 p.m. following www.kbut.org national news headlines from NPR and again at 6:30 p.m. following NPR. KBUT is a non-commercial community radio Erin Roberts, Program Director. station owned and operated by Crested Butte Mountain Educational Radio, Inc. KBUT is tax- Weather & Avalanche Report exempt under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Rev- Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. you can hear a live local weather and backcountry Get Involved enue Code. All gifts, grants and contributions Throughout every month, KBUT features are tax deductible. The station broadcasts at report brought to you by the Crested Butte a short on-air proﬁle of one of the non- 90.3 MHz on the FM band at 250 watts with Avalanche Center. The full report can be translators in Jack’s Cabin, CO operating at proﬁt organizations of Gunnison County. found at cbavalanchecenter.org. KBUT also 94.9 MHz and in Gunnison, CO operating at These segments highlight the programs, provides weather forecasts near the top of 89.9 MHz. KBUT is aﬃliated with the National projects and volunteer opportunities of every hour. Federation of Community Broadcasters, the the organization. Our goal is to raise vis- Rocky Mountain Community Radio Coalition, ibility and promote volunteerism. An audio National Public Radio, Public Radio Interna- Ski & Snow Report archive of Get Involved segments plus web tional, American Public Media and Paciﬁca Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. and 10 links to the nonproﬁt organizations can be Radio. a.m. listen for the latest conditions at found at www.kbut.org. The Get Involved Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Monarch project is funded in part by the Community Ski Area and the Crested Butte Nordic Cen- Foundation of the Gunnison Valley, and we ter and Ice Rink. thank them for their support. Listeners Say... “Hello KBUT! I am madly in love with a man who has recently made his home in the ﬁne town of Crested Butte. We have been together for four years now Photo by Alex Fenlon, Crested Butte News and I am in school in WV studying Nurs- ing, while he is making a great life in CO. We were talking the other night and he said there was a GREAT radio station out there and that I would enjoy it. I have been listening online ever since!!” “I don’t watch TV and so the radio is a major news source for me. The local news programs are very important.” KBUT’s “Not Your Grandmother’s Blue-Haired” Bingo Nights are good oﬀ-season entertainment. “Thanks for doing so much to help get the word out about our lost dog, Keb- 10of bie. We are so happy to have our family Cool Stuff, Cool People back together again.” Crested Butte’s very own writer, poet and Top 2007 philosopher, Eric Ross, brings his thoughts “Less ‘Dead’ please and more modern/ on life, people and the absurdity of it all to new music.” the KBUT airwaves. Cool Stuﬀ, Cool People airs at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesdays “95% of your programming is awesome. and Saturdays. An audio archive can also Jim Michael’s Sunday night jazz program be heard at www.kbut.org. rivals any jazz program in the USA...his Blue Note collection is top notch.” Rhythm Sweet & Hot Rhythm Sweet & Hot, heard Sundays at “This is a great radio station, free-form 9 a.m., is a musical variety program that radio is impossible to ﬁnd these days. I entertains audiences by capturing the hope you continue with it, even if there essence of musical culture from the 1920’s are some shows I don’t like.” to the 1940’s. Listeners to Rhythm Sweet & Hot hear the well-known, big names of “Get rid of Morning Edition, etc. and swing and are also able to discover the provide more local programming.” music of artists whose records “can’t be found at the local mall.” Chad Reich, KBUT’s Music Director, shares “I lived up Taylor Canyon at Harmel’s his favorite new releases of the last year for three years and had one ass-kickin’ Other Sunday Changes below. Keep listening to KBUT where you winter in CB. Still love your station from Longtime KBUT DJ Henrietta Raines takes can ﬁnd out what’s new in music from here in Texas.” to the airwaves every Sunday morning at emerging and independent artists, as well 10 a.m. with a show dedicated to New Age as hear your old favorites. “Thank you so much for the great com- music. munity radio you provide. And thank 1. Dinosaur Jr., “Beyond” you so much for airing Democracy Now! Beale Street Caravan will no longer be I´ve never lived in a community where I aired on Sunday afternoons, as we have 2. Menomena, “Friend or Foe” could listen to this broadcast. Indepen- opened up the time slot for a new live DJ, 3. Explosions in the Sky, “All of a dent news is very important in this age Jackson Melnick. Sudden, I Miss Everyone” of corporate-run & corporate-directed 4. Andrew Bird, “Armchair Apocrypha” news.” DJ Training Sessions Those interested in becoming a KBUT 5. Feist, “The Reminder” “Too much bluegrass, but we love you DJ must attend a KBUT Open House and 6. Brother Ali, “The Undisputed Truth” anyway.” Training Session, scheduled regularly 7. The Boggs, “Forts” throughout the season. All are welcome! 8. Matthew Dear, “Asa Breed” “Hello from Cornwall, England. We’re Please stop by or call the station to reserve enjoying the show from over the a space in the upcoming sessions and tune 9. Gaslight Anthem, “Sink or Swim” pond.” in to KBUT for Open House information. 10. Antibalas, “Security” DJ’s All of the DJ’s you hear on KBUT are local volunteers. To ﬁnd out more about the people who bring you the music every day, check out KBUT’s new web site at www.kbut.org. You’ll ﬁnd DJ proﬁles and playlists of their shows. For information on becoming a DJ, call Josh Elmer, Volunteer & Events Manager, at 970.349.5225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Than Acuﬀ Mary Mahoney Kristen Anderson Clyde Mailes Jeﬀ Banford Mackenzie Mailly Pete Basile Matt Malick Allen Beck John Mardesich Linda Beck Wendy McDermott Ed Boardman Faith McEnaney Josh Bock Allie McFarland Peter Bogardus Grant McFarren Alain Boscaro Craig McManus Soul Train Night. Mike Boyce Jackson Melnick Bob Brazell Arliss Merrell Calendar Rebecca Bruno Kimberly Metsch Andrew Canale Jim Michael Rob Carney Dave Nulsen Dan Carson Pat O’Neill Theresa Childers Kosmon Parron Bonnie Chlipala Mike Preston Les Choy Henrietta Raines Annual Members’ Meeting www.kbut.org, called in to 970-349-7444, or Bruce Cozzad Arvin Ram Saturday, January 12th you can mail in your tax deductible donation Karah Cunningham Jennifer Record to P.O. Box 308, Crested Butte, CO 81224. The Annual Meeting of the KBUT Cathleen Demuth Chad Reich Thank you for your support! Membership will be held on Saturday, Rich Driscoll Kevin Reinert January 12th at 5:00 p.m. at KBUT, located Josh Elmer Sean Riley at 508 Maroon Ave. in Crested Butte. The Soul Train Night & the Spring Dan Escalante Erin Roberts public is welcome. Elections for two seats Getaways Rafﬂe Stefanie Ford Laci Roberts on the Board of Directors will be held. KBUT Friday, March 28th Kevin Gardiner K.K. Roeder members (those who have contributed the We’ve got a new venue for an old favorite. Ashleigh Garmon Trea Sciortino basic membership fee of $40 or more within This year, Soul Train Night rolls down to the Pete Giannini Tricia Seeberg the last year) are eligible to vote. call 349- LoBar in Crested Butte. Bust out your boas, Sebastian Gillim Jonathan Smith 5225 for more information. Spandex, glitter and your best moves for Kim Goodrich Marc Solari the dance party of the season slated for Andrew Hadley Camille St. Martin Friday, March 28th. Join Arvin Ram, King Kevin Hartigan Ashley Sargent Winter On-Air Pledge Drive of Soul, for the crowning of the infamous Jen Hawley Laura Silva Wednesday, February 13th Queen of Soul. We will also be drawing John Hopper Shannon Sprott KBUT holds two pledge drives every year. the lucky winners of the fabulous vacation Angie Hornbrook Jamie Stone The winter drive starts on Wednesday, packages featured in the Spring Getaways Eileen Hughes Annie Svatek February 13th. KBUT is listener-supported, Raﬄe. All proceeds beneﬁt KBUT. J.T. Scott Tyree and successful pledge drives are crucial to Kelly Jensen Carlos Velado keeping KBUT on the air (and on the web!) Lynda Jackson Moss Wagner Our pledge drive goal is $35,000. Listener DJ’s on the Mountain Josephine Kellett Jeﬀ Westling contributions make up about 25% of KBUT’s KBUT DJ’s are getting out of the studio and Randy Koontz Chris White operating budget. Your support helps to pay up on the mountain this ski season. Every Ralph Kristopher Thomas Whitehead for programs from NPR and the BBC, rent, other Friday afternoon, a KBUT DJ will spin Chris Ladoulis Tracy Williams- utilities, staﬀ salaries, equipment, web site tunes for the apres ski crowd on the deck of Melissa Lewis Hastings and streaming services. Donations can be the Elevation Hotel from 2 to 5 p.m. Check Yvette Maes made online at our new web site at found at out www.kbut.org for details. KBUT PROGRAM SCHEDULE WINTER 2008 90.3 FM Crested Butte & Mt. CB 89.9 FM Gunnison 94.9 FM Almont and www.kbut.org MON TUES WED THUR FRI SAT SUN 6 a.m. - - 6 a.m. 6:30 a.m. - NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO’S BBC World News - 6:30 a.m. 7:00 a,m, - - 7:00 a,m, MORNING EDITION 7:30 a.m. - NPR’S - 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. - - 8:00 a.m. VARIETY VARIETY BLUEGRASS VARIETY VARIETY MORNING EDITION 8:30 a.m. - Craig McManus Kim Goodrich Wendy Angie Hornbrook Jim Michael - 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. - McDermott - 9:00 a.m. High Mountain Disc-Functional Touch Me When a Fool FRESH AIR RHYTHM 9:30 a.m. - Homegrown Radio Orange in the is Needed - 9:30 a.m. WEEKEND SWEET & HOT 10:00 a.m. - Radio Show Blossom Special Morning - 10:00 a.m. VARIETY JAM-ORIENTED NEW MUSIC ALT. ROCK VARIETY VARIETY/JAZZ NEW AGE 10:30 a.m. - Erin Roberts ROCK Kelly Jensen Chris Ladoulis Karah Lynda Jackson Henrietta - 10:30 a.m. Raines 11:00 a.m. - Josh Elmer The Cunningham - 11:00 a.m. Beat The Finer Things 11:30 a.m. - Happenings The Van Down by the Sunny Side The Weekend - 11:30 a.m. River Show of Elk Warmup Noon - - Noon 5 minutes of NPR News Headlines WORLD 12:30 p.m. - VARIETY VARIETY ROCK REGGAE VARIETY - 12:30 p.m. Sebastian Gillim CAFE WORLD 1:00 p.m. - Andrew Canale Bonnie Chlipala Josephine Kellett Shannon Sprott Randy Koontz or - 1:00 p.m. The The Good, the Bad & CAR CAFE 1:30 p.m. - The Wholly Everyday the Ugly Smoker’s Dog Day - 1:30 p.m. Stromboli Show Housewife Lounge Afternoon TALK 2:00 p.m. - - 2:00 p.m. ALTERNATIVE LIVE ROCK ROCK HOUSE/TECHNO ROCK JAZZ 2:30 p.m. - & VARIETY Deadhead Ed Tracy Williams- HIPHOP Bob Brazell Trish the Dish E-TOWN - 2:30 p.m. Hastings Lunch Lady 3:00 p.m. - Chad Reich - 3:00 p.m. Live from The Witch’s Brew Laura The The VARIETY 3:30 p.m. - the 17th Row Late Afternoon Lonesome Bob Trish the Dish Jackson - 3:30 p.m. Snack Show Show Show Melnick 4:00 p.m. - - 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. - DEMOCRACY NOW! A PRAIRIE Big Noise - 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. - HOME ALL THINGS - 5:00 p.m. COMPANION 5:30 p.m. - NPR’S ALL THINGS CONSIDERED CONSIDERED - 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. - - 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. - VARIETY FOLK & - 6:30 p.m. Rob Carney BLUEGRASS 7:00 p.m. - VARIETY VARIETY VARIETY VARIETY VARIETY Matt Malick - 7:00 p.m. Thomas Jeff Banford Dan Carson Ashley Sargent Andrew Hadley Get Back 7:30 p.m. - Whitehead or Eileen Hughes to Radio The Great Divide - 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. - The Third Kind Double Down Friday Night - 8:00 p.m. Buzz Kill Radio Dan O Dirt Farmer’s Revenge Fish Fry 8:30 p.m. - HIP-HOP JAZZ - 8:30 p.m. Clyde Mailes Jim Michael 9:00 p.m. - VARIETY RHYTHM & VARIETY VARIETY VARIETY - 9:00 p.m. Arvin Ram BLUES Pat O’Neill or John Hopper Kevin Gardiner Saturday Night Smells Like Jazz 9:30 p.m. - Kevin Hartigan Sessions in Here! - 9:30 p.m. Luigi 10:00 p.m. - Four Ways Luigi’s Blues Certain Sort Hands-On Experience The Rock - 10:00 p.m. to Nowhere Review of Sound Garden 10:30 p.m. - REGGAE VARIETY - 10:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m. - VARIETY VARIETY Dave Nulsen Mike Burke - 11:00 p.m. Jennifer Record SALSA Y JAZZ VARIETY VARIETY 11:30 P.M. - Grant McFarren or CON CLAVE Josh Bock Camille St. Martin The Ital Show Spit & Whittle - 11:30 P.M. Faith McEnaney Karma Club El Chino Midnight - Music is My Pirate at Heart Chameleon’s - Midnight The Green Room Radio Active Girlfriend Late Night 12:30 a.m. - Lizard Lounge - 12:30 a.m. 1:00 a.m. - BBC - 1:00 a.m. BBC WORLD NEWS BBC WORLD WORLD NEWS NEWS 6:00 a.m.- - 6:00 a.m. KBUT Ride Line: heard M-F at 9:40 a.m. & weekends at 10:40 a.m. Lost & Found: heard M-F at 12:40 & 8:40 p.m. & weekends at 8:40 p.m. SYNDICATED NEWS & CULTURAL PROGRAMMING Pet Patrol: heard everyday at 11:40 a.m. All programming subject to change Weather/Avalanche Report: heard M-F at 8:00 a.m. Contact: KBUT-FM 970-349-5225 (Ofﬁce Line) 508 Maroon Avenue (P.O. Box 308) 970-349-7444 (Studio Line) Crested Butte, CO 81224 970-349-6440 (Fax Line) www.KBUT.org The next generation of volunteer DJ’s visits the KBUT recording studio to lay down a few tracks while on a ﬁeld trip from pre-school. New Planned & Major Gifts Program KBUT’s Friends Circle Planned gifts are added to the KBUT “We decided to support KBUT Endowment, unless otherwise designated. KBUT has been broadcasting for These gifts provide the foundation for over 20 years, and while we are proud of because it is both an important KBUT’s long term ﬁnancial security. The our past accomplishments, we are actively planning for the future. We continue to voice for and a reﬂection of the earnings generated each year by the seek and depend on regular membership endowment support KBUT’s programs donations from friends, especially new Gunnison Valley community and services. As our endowment grows, listeners. But in the long run our future will it provides an expanding source of stable depend, more and more, on special gifts and, through its national funding to help KBUT survive and thrive from long-time friends who want to help despite economic ups and downs. KBUT become stronger and more stable in and global programming, a There are many different ways the future. to plan your gift allowing you to achieve connection to the broader world some of your personal, ﬁnancial and estate KBUT’s Friends Circle “With A planning goals. Options include cash gifts, Little Help From My Friends” honors the in which we all live.” bequests, gifts of appreciated stock or philanthropic leadership and vision of individuals who have provided for the future Roger & Diane Kahn mutual funds, gifts of real estate, gifts of retirement assets, gifts of life insurance of public broadcasting in the Gunnison charter members of policies and charitable remainder trusts. Valley by making a gift at the starting level of $1000. Membership in the Friends Circle KBUT Friends Circle We are here to help. We have is open to all donors who have made such examples of bequest language for your will a commitment, and there are no dues or or trust, and we can provide you with a other obligations. Becoming a member also a permanent and positive presence in the conﬁdential Estate Intention Form. We also encourages others to join. lives of so many residents and visitors in the strongly recommend that the advice and We hope you will accept our Gunnison Valley. services of an attorney, ﬁnancial planner, invitation to help ensure KBUT’s successful Now you can help ensure the long estate specialist, or other professional future by becoming a charter member of term future of public broadcasting in the advisor be obtained when considering a KBUT’s Friends Circle, “With A Little Help Gunnison Valley by making a planned gift planned gift. From My Friends.” Your gift will sustain the to KBUT through your estate. A planned Kim Carroll Bosler, Development unique programs and services you value. gift, through means such as a bequest, is a Director at KBUT, will be happy to help For more information about lasting investment in KBUT. you explore the options so that you can KBUT’s Friends Circle, please contact Kim KBUT’s Legacy Society honors those decide what’s best for your particular Carroll Bosler, Development Director, at who have included KBUT in their will or ﬁnancial objectives and personal wishes. 970.349.5225 ext. 17 or email@example.com. trust. Your gift not only beneﬁts the station; All consultations are strictly conﬁdential. it beneﬁts the entire community now and Please contact Kim for more information, KBUT’s Legacy Society for future generations. Your gift will leave a without obligation. You can call Kim at Much has changed since KBUT legacy that quality public broadcasting will 970.349.5225 ext. 17, or email kim@kbut. went on the air over 20 years ago. What always be there to entertain, inform and org, or write to Kim at KBUT, P.O. Box 308, was once a struggling station has become inspire the Gunnison Valley. Crested Butte, CO 81224. Underwriters GUNNISON Artists of the West Elks Mountain Earth Whole Foods All Sports Replay Bacchanale Mountain Express Auto Corral Blind Faith Custom Window Fashions Mountain Spirits Liquors Back at the Ranch Brick Oven Pizzeria Oﬃce for Resource Eﬃciency Cabin Fever Video & Music Camp 4 Coﬀee Oh Be Dogful Pet Ranch Distinguished Wood Supply Cartoon Maps Paragon Gallery Dr. Ned Targos, DDS (Gentle Dental Care) Clear Rivers Skin Care & Waxing Red Lady Realty Firebrand Delicatessen Clear View Window Washing Remax Community Brokers Go To Guide Phone Directory Clunker Family Resource Engineering Group Gunnison Country Shopper Coldwell Banker Bighorn Realty Rock Creek Studio Gunnison County Electric Association Community Banks of Colorado Schmueser Gordon & Meyer Engineers Gunnison Ranchland Conservation Legacy Creative Catering Shock Therapy Electronics Gunnison Savings & Loan Crested Butte Arts Festival Smoky Bay Fisheries Gunnison Valley Hospital & Physical Crested Butte Auto Repair Soo Bahk Do Martial Arts Instruction Therapy Crested Butte Electrical Starr & Associates Gunnison Valley Rural Transportation Crested Butte Hostel Sunshine Deli Authority Crested Butte Land Trust The Gym Hospice of the Gunnison Valley Crested Butte Mountain Theatre The Last Steep Metamorphosis Salon & Spa Crested Butte News The Talk of the Town Midwest Leasing Crested Butte Physical Therapy Trailsource.com Mocha’s Drive Thru Coﬀeehouse Crested Butte Printing Wildﬂower Spa Mountaineer Athletic Association Crested Butte Tent Rental Williams Window & Door MyGunnisonValley.com Crested Butte Tobacconist Pie Zahn’s Crested Butte Weekly Precision Automotive Crested Butte Window & Door MT. CRESTED BUTTE Quick Draw Carpet Cleaners Daily Crested Butte Sports Rock-n-Roll Sports Diamond Blue Pool & Spa Christy Sports Running Dog Painters Dr. Shawn Harvey, DDS Eagle Resort Development Sign Guys End of the Road Construction Firehouse Grill The Bean Flying Petito Sisters Video Store The Store The Bookie Hegeman & Drewnowski CPA’s Woodstone Grille Western Pilates High Country Citizens’ Alliance Wilderson O’Hayre Dawson & Norris Law High Mountain DJ’s Izzy’s ALMONT, GOTHIC & Kind Kables BEYOND CRESTED BUTTE Majestic Theatre Black Canyon Foods Acme Liquor Marchitelli’s Gourmet Noodle Mountainshows.com Alpineer Milky Way Red Mountain Liquor Altitude Auto Repair Monkey Business Inﬂatables Rocky Mountain Biological Lab Appleton & Kempin Law Mountain Colors Ruben’s New Mexican Restaurant U nderwriting on KBUT is an eﬀective and aﬀordable use of marketing and public relations dollars. Whether you are looking for long-term positioning or top-of-mind awareness, underwriting spots oﬀer the perfect way to transmit your company’s message to the entire Gunnison Valley. Professional listener surveys conclude that KBUT is the most listened to radio station (public or commercial) in Gunnison County. Every underwriting announcement on KBUT reaches into the homes, automobiles and oﬃces of community and business leaders. In addition to building awareness for your products and services, underwriting KBUT builds goodwill for your business or organization by demonstrating your support of public broadcasting in the Gunnison Valley. Underwriting rates are very competitive with advertising rates from other local media outlets. Even better, underwriting is tax deductible! For more information or to receive a rate card, please contact Kristen Lawrynk, Underwriting Director, at 970.349.5225 ext. 16 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. www.kbut.org Bulk Rate KBUT COMMUNITY RADIO, PO BOX 308 / 508 MAROON AVE, CRESTED BUTTE, COLORADO 81224 US Postage Paid Non-Proﬁt K B U T Permit #23 Crested Butte, CO 81224 We invite you to become a member of the KBUT-FM Family $40 Basic Membership ___ KBUT Water Bottle 90.3 Crested Butte 89.9 $60 Supporting Membership ___ KBUT t-shirt OR ___ KBUT ball cap $90.3 Frequency Membership ___ KBUT t-shirt OR ___ KBUT ball cap $100 Household/Business Membership ___ KBUT t-shirt AND KBUT ball cap $10 Per Month Sustaining Membership ___ KBUT t-shirt AND KBUT ball cap $20 Per Month Advancing Membership ___ KBUT t-shirt AND KBUT ball cap AND Water Bottle 94.9 $365 Dollar-A-Day Membership ___ KBUT t-shirt AND KBUT ball cap AND Water Bottle Gunnison $500 CD of the Month Club ___ a new CD every month in a variety of musical genres $1000 and up Friends Circle ___ (contact Kim Bosler at 970.349.5225 for recognition & beneﬁts) Whatever amount is right for you $__________ _____ No thanks on the gifts- KBUT is the only gift I need. Name:_________________________________________________________________________ Almont Mailing Address:___________________________________________ Phone:_______________ City, State, Zip:__________________________________________________________________ VISA/MC#:_______________________________________ Exp. Date:__________________ Make check payable to KBUT & mail to PO Box 308, Crested Butte, CO 81224 By mailing in your donation today, you’re helping to keep the on-air pledge drive short this February!
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