KSMT listeners raise $3,500 for Red Cross tsunami effort | SummitDaily.com

KSMT listeners raise $3,500 for Red Cross tsunami effort


BRECKENRIDGE – Listeners of KSMT “The Mountain” radio raised more than $3,500 for the American Red Cross Tsunami Relief Fund Friday, bidding on items donated by local businesses.Some of the items up for auction included an autographed guitar from Warren Haynes, album art autographed by The String Cheese Incident, packages from Sacred Tree, High Country Health Care, Oasis 9600 and the Lodge and Spa at Breckenridge, as well as personal and nationwide lodging packages from KSMT.Also up for grabs was a fly-fishing trip from Breckenridge Outfitters, a Steamboat Powder Cat trip and various lodging and restaurant certificates from around the county.”It was a great success,” said promotions director Johnny Brokaw. “And it was nice to see our community, which is so far removed from this disaster, to step up and donate to the cause.”Collectively, radio stations owned by NRC Broadcasting raised more $26,000 for the tsunami relief effort.

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