HopHeadSaid on the Radio

It was a busy Labor Day weekend. It had all the regular happenings – family time, site seeing, grilling, sunshine and of course beer!  But nestled in the middle of all of that and bright and early on Saturday morning I made my way to the KVTA radio station in Ventura to talk about beer and beer events on “805 with Tom and Sandy”.  “805”, for those of you who are not from California, is the area code that includes all of Ventura County and extends north and west to include quite a bit of the Central Coast.   The “805 with Tom and Sandy” show covers entertainment (everything from beer events to dining and comedy to sky diving) in the 805 area code. Just to toot their horn, Tom and Sandy’s show is the #1 rated local show on KVTA.

Click to visit 805 with Tom and Sandy

This is the second time I have been on the show and I love doing radio.  Probably because Tom and Sandy are great hosts and ask all the right questions!  It was a crowded studio this week because the local paper was there doing an interview and taking photos and a videographer was there shooting footage for a new Tom and Sandy teaser.  When the article and teaser are posted I will share the link with you.  Next time I am on the show I will remember to take some pictures so you can see all the crew in action.  Until then, you can listen to my appearances by clicking the links below. If you want to hear more of me on the radio be sure to tell Tom and Sandy.

September, 3 2011 (3:52)

805 with Tom and Sandy-9/3

June, 18 2011 (13:01)

805 with Tom and Sandy-6/18

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