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A Good Thing Comes To An End

June 19th, 2014

A message from Tim, Willy, & Andrea:

WE ARE NOT GETTING FIRED!

However, the Tim and Willy Show in its present form is coming to an end. Friday June 27th, 2014 we’ll perform our last show for our statewide radio network and our digital stream on timandwilly.com and the Tune-In Radio app.

For more than 10 years we dreamed of building our own radio company; a place where we could be the genuine Tim and Willy Show again- unrestricted, fun, connected with our audience and free from all the overthinking that made the radio business so strange and unrecognizable.

We did it.

It wasn’t easy. But it was so fun and satisfying. In many ways our show was poised to be a huge success. The unfortunate reality is that the cost of starting and running our own company took its toll. Being our own bosses was hard! We found ourselves wearing so many hats- we just didn’t have enough heads! We spent too much time on things we’re not good at and it robbed us from the thing we do best. For this and other reasons we made the very difficult business decision to bring an end to our venture.

We want to say thanks to the hardworking people of Skyview Satellite Networks for giving us a shot. Thanks also to our talented, loyal, and excellent producers: Daniel Chelgren and Jeramy Hubbard.

To the people who put our show on their stations: Howard and Donna at KDAP, Steve and Traceye at KJJJ, and Mindy & Linda at KRDE- We love you. Thank you. Radio is still real and thriving thanks to you!

We were humbled by the support of all our sponsors; Sanderson Ford, Fry’s, Grand Canyon University, Zerorez, Red Mountain Weight Loss, Hensley, Clear Cut Glass, Truly Nolen, The Palms Theater, and many others. Thank you for your partnership and for believing in us.

Mostly, thanks to our fans and followers. It would take another 25 years to express our sincere gratitude for the infinite ways you have blessed us.

So, add us to the list of entrepreneurs who had great ideas and lots of passion but just didn’t make it to the Promised Land. After two years without a paycheck and having spent nearly every penny of our life savings making our dream come true, we can sincerely tell you it was worth it!

Thank you and God bless,
Tim Hattrick, Willy D. Loon and Andrea Hiland

Who is going to replace them? Well, KRDE is NOT going to put any syndicated show with jocks from out of state trying to make it sound local. Starting Monday, June 30th, you’ll get the Country Convoy twice a day: morning edition from 6 am to 10 am; afternoon edition from 3 pm to 7 pm.

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