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"The List" - Join KGNU's Family of Supporters
 

"The List" - Join KGNU's Family of Supporters



Every day you hear messages on KGNU that say "Support for programming comes from..." followed by the names of local businesses and nonprofit organizations. These groups already know the value of the KGNU audience and have chosen to make community radio part of their marketing mix.

Sponsoring and underwriting programs is one of the best ways for your organization to support KGNU Radio while increasing your visibility across the Front Range.

See KGNU's List of Underwriters

If you'd like to learn what these folks already know and get on The List contact Kenneth Flowe, KGNU Underwriting Manager: Kenneth@kgnu.org, 303 449-4885, or follow the link below.

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What our underwriters say:



"We tried underwriting with KGNU to inform people about Mother House before Colorado Gives Day. We received many donations from new individuals. We will work with KGNU again and do more underwriting in the future."

-- Nikki Cohen, Treasurer of Mother House.


We are a proud partner of KGNU because we see the value in community radio and understand the importance of supporting local organizations. KGNU not only entertains their listeners but is dedicated to educating and informing others which we appreciate.

-- Chris Nelson, CEO of TGTHR, formerly Attention Homes


I am so proud that I have been a KGNU member and one of the sponsors of the Grateful Dead Hour for the last 25 years, and I am so glad to be part of this special radio station.

-- Mark Milavitz, Alternative Law Office of Mark Millivitz


Weve partnered with KGNU in various capacities over the years, and pretty recently we co-hosted an event together which we live-streamed on KGNUs website and the program was also later re-broadcast during the Morning Magazine on KGNU. KGNU is such a valuable asset to our community and nonprofit organizations like Motus theatre because they help take our work and amplify it. When we perform, we usually perform in front of two to three hundred people at a time, when we partner with KGNU, we reach the entire Front Range, From Denver to Boulder to Fort Collins. Thats huge for us. Especially when traditional media outlets are struggling to keep reporters on to cover the arts, KGNU is there for us, always there, to help us spread our message, whether thats broadcasting segments of our performances or helping us promote our events. I support KGNU personally and I encourage you to do the same.

-- Kirsten Wilson, Executive Director Motus Theater
 

 

Created:01/19/22, Modified:08/12/22, expires:08/15/22, priority:1