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Friday, April 23, 2010

KUAR pledge time UPDATE

Posted By on Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 6:04 AM

My last-day stint begins shortly. All pledges that mention the Arkansas Blog get a $10 match.

kuar.org

569-8485

1-800-952-25258

 

Thanks.

UPDATE: All pledges hadn't been tallied by the time I left at 9 a.m., but we'd had about 30 blog pledges by then and about $18,000 in giving overall on the morning shift. That's our best morning ever and reflected the general uptick in giving to KUAR throughout the spring pledge drive. Could it be a sign of, if not an improving economy, a more optimistic outlook?

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