A long-time regional radio DJ with Edmonson County ties will be on the air as usual in the morning, but will be broadcasting from a brand new microphone. Tony Rose, the mastermind and creator of "Stuff The Bus" school supply campaign, will be hosting his top-rated morning show beginning at 6am tomorrow morning on Bowling Green's Classic Rock, D93. Rose, who's morning ratings have skyrocketed as of late, has entertained Bowling Green, Brownsville, and Leitchfield listeners for years. The high-energy disc jockey also has a special place for Edmonson County, having close friends here as well as promoting the Kentucky State Police's "Cram The Cruiser" program, one in which relies heavily on school supply donations from EC. The KSP program then donates those supplies to Stuff The Bus, which are then equally divided among dozens of regional schools.
"Edmonson County has been great to me," Rose said. "Every year, tons of EC folks come out to either Cram The Cruiser, Stuff The Bus, or both. I know lots of people from here have listened to my show for a long time, and words can't express how much I've always appreciated it. Even though my show has always been in Bowling Green, I've always felt just at home in the EC as I have anywhere...you guys are awesome."
Rose also said that the show will pick up right where it left off on the previous station, full of laughs, energy, and community related events and happenings. "I encourage everybody to tune in to D93 in the morning...let's have some fun!"
Be sure to follow Tony on social media. Click here for his Facebook, Twitter (@tonyroseshow) and Instagram.