Red Bay, Ala. – When it comes to Alabama and Auburn football the name Tiffin stands out. For the first time ever, Tiffin Motorhomes is doing radio ads and it’s with The Mark White Show! Anyone who has listened to the show knows that our goal is to recognize difference makers amongst us, impact players if you will. By partnering with The Mark White Show, Tiffin Motorhomes is supporting our efforts to recognize special people and organizations and encouraging others to find a way to make a difference themselves. I appreciate the support of Tiffin Motorhomes and I hope, in turn, you will support them. Listen to the very first radio spot for Tiffin Motorhomes below!
Athens, Ala. – The Mark White has a new show time on 1080 AM WKAC! The new time is at 10am CST and the show now goes to one hour. Cora & I created a new promo for WKAC to let listeners know. Listen below!
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Loretto, Tn. – Hoyt Tidwell came into the studio wearing overalls and bearing gifts. After losing my grandmother, his gift of fried apple pies was a welcome treat. Cooking for others does make a difference in the lives of others and Hoyt & Suzy Tidwell have reached millions with good old fashioned country cooking. I hope this interview helps us all consider taking time to cook and spending time with family & friends around the table. You can listen to our interview below.
Madison, Ala. – When friends Jackson Hunter and Graham Crippen saw a need among their fellow classmates, they decided to do something about it. Their idea was to create care closets. The closets hold clothing, food, and toiletries at the school for students in need. You can hear their interview below during the Good Deed Segment.
Huntsville, Ala. – On Friday, BeArded WARRIORs founder Ty Oswald talked about the subject of suicide and his own personal struggle to find support after settling back into civilian life. Instead of giving up, Ty found a way to help himself and others. Listen to his interview on The Mark White Show below.
Powderly, Texas – With Wednesday being World Down Syndrome Day, I reached out to Coach Gene Stallings to talk about his son, John Mark, who was affectionately known as “Johnny.” As some may already know, John Mark was born with Down Syndrome and a heart defect. In spite of what some perceived as overwhelming obstacles, Johnny impacted lives in a powerful way and left a lasting legacy. Listen to my conversation with Coach Gene Stallings below.
Auburn, Ala. – Ashley Lovell finds her passion in offering support and comfort to expectant mothers who would otherwise be alone during their pregnancies. Through the Alabama Prison Birth Project, women who are pregnant are offered doula services to help mother and baby bond. Listen below to my conversation with Ashley Lovell about this special effort.
Anniston, Ala. – Agent Mike Reese with ABC (Alcohol Beverage Control) travels around the state of Alabama talking about the dangers of drugs through Operation SAVE Teens. Through the program, parents and students alike are enlightened about the risks of drug use. He educates his audiences about new and creative ways in which drug dealers are trying to lure young people. Listen below to this very important conversation with Agent Mike Reese.
Birmingham, Ala. – This morning, I welcomed Executive Director Buddy Fletcher of Three Hots and a Cot to the show. Three Hots and A Cot organization was formed by veterans to help veterans. Their primary mission is to assist homeless military veterans transition from life on the streets into a self-sustained lifestyle. Next Friday, Three Hots and a Cot is hosting a fish fry in Center Point, Alabama. In addition to talking about that, Buddy explained what Three Hots and a Cots is trying to do in the Birmingham area. You can listen to our conversation below. We spoke in the last segment of the show.