/ Modified may 1, 2010 2:24 a.m.

Share Your Love Campaign

KUAT-FM’s "Share Your Love" Campaign Raised $34,000! If you missed your chance to send roses to your love, they're still available with a $150 dollar donation by calling 621-1600 or 1-800-223-7192. (offer valid through 2/8)

Dear Classical Music Lover,

Thanks to the generous contributions of more than 200 new and renewing members, KUAT-FM raised more than $34,000 during its Valentine’s Day themed “Share Your Love” membership campaign. The $30,000 campaign goal was reached more than two hours early on Thursday, February 5th. Community support is an essential source of funding for this public radio station, and continuing reductions in other sources of revenue mean that KUAT-FM depends more than ever on its listeners to share the cost of the station’s full-time classical music service.

If you contributed during the campaign, please be sure to fulfill your pledge. If you were unable to participate in the campaign, your contribution is still needed to ensure that the great classical music and other programming you enjoy on KUAT-FM will continue to be available to you, and to your fellow residents of Tucson and southern Arizona. You can renew your membership, or become a new member, in just a few moments by clicking the PLEDGE NOW! button. Thanks in advance for your generous contribution. If you have questions about your current membership status or need information about KUAT-FM’s pledge campaign thank you gifts, please telephone Membership Manager Lucinda Davis at 520-621-7640.

Thanks again to all who participated in the “Share Your Love” membership campaign. Contributing members are KUAT-FM’s most essential collaborating partners, without whom it would be impossible for the station to continue to provide its unique and valuable service.

Sincerely,
John Kelley
Station Manager

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