28 Hours of Hope with Todd Harding and Brian Gary from K99.

     
 

    Kelly J. and the band recently made an appearance with the "Morning Guys" Brian and Todd. Brian Gary and Todd Harding of K99 in Windsor, Colorado help promote the 28 Hours of Hope. 28 hours of Hope is a 28 hour marathon to raise money for battered and abused children. While Brian and Todd pop off their crazy sense of humor, callers donated to the local child abuse prevention center of their choice: (1) A Kid�s Place in Greeley, (2) Larimer County Child Advocacy Center in Fort Collins, or (3) Namaqua Center in Loveland. All three centers accept donations year round. Kelly J. performed 2 of her new songs on air to help bring in the calls. In the end the Good Morning Guys surpassed their goal with the help of listeners, local businesses, nationally and locally recognized artists, including an incredible $10,000 donation from Northern Colorado�s most recent lottery winner. Hundreds of pledges are attributed to the $94,417.69 raised for the 9th Annual 28 Hours of Hope. "It is truly amazing to be in a community where so many generous hearts are alive. I am so blessed," sobs Brian Gary.

    Brian Gary and Todd Harding have also been named finalists for Medium Market On-Air Personality of the Year. CBS will broadcast the 42nd Annual ACM Awards show live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 15th. "Good Luck Guys!!! The whole band and crew is pulling for you!" �Love Kelly J.





Kelly J. and Denny Knott in the studio at the 28 Hours of Hope Charity.




Todd Harding and Kelly J. in the studio.




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