When your good, people get scared. If your really good, part of them wants to get involved, the other half thinks if we get in too deep, they’ll just be cutting their throats. Such is the case with growing HazzardAyre Radio and eventually TV.
HazzardAyre started quite by inspiration from above, and a need to get something out that was just enough off plumb to attract people’s attention. HazzardAyre had several fire up’s the first was the first trip out on the airwaves as Long Haul Radio, a thing that we brought to life to life as the only rock and roll trucker show. As well as to compete with then, JOC Radio, which we eventually bought. AyreWolf FM came into being in 2002, with the idea of being the first and main informational and educational resource of military warbird aircraft and those who flew them. Back then few even knew who Col. Boyington was. After many trials, errors and moderate success, in 2009, after a good run on Pocatello’s Cable Access Channel 12. And with a thought planted in my head by my Associate producer Erin, HazzardAyre went on as a pre-recoded syndicated show. After 4 Grammy’s , Two Oscars, and two CMA’s HazzardAyre began to get wind under our wings.
In the latter part of 2013 the pipeline we needed in Twin Falls Idaho was a bit restricted, but finding the same power for less money, I called Comcast and got with Laura, who is an instrumental part of our growing success . Now we arrive at a point of taking HazzardAyre, a mix of southern heritage and culture, a place for kountryfied, southern fried gearheads, those who love old vintage military warbird aircraft, and of course those grinding gears, on 18wheels, not to mention radio and TV for the man or woman trying to make a buck owning and operating a tow truck, and if you think our concept which we had first is stupid on towing, on TV, might I point out South Beach Tow and Lizard Lick Towing, amongst others, remember who had the concept first.
Yes it was us, and that radio show that mirrored Long Haul Radio in 1976, called Highway Hooker Radio.
Nobody did , towing TV before much less radio. We did.
But people get scared when your good, for the one crew they’re helping, might just be the one that swallows the guppies up. Competition is good, but it does scare people, especially media.
Quote of the Day:
Life is hard. It’s even harder if you’re stupid.
|Matthew 5:14,16““You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”|
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