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Red Eye Radio's Rendezvous

2013-02-13 20:15:08

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DALLAS -  At the 2013 Mid America Trucking Show, Red Eye Radio's lobby booth will once again be THE premier celebrity Rendezvous spot. 

March 21st -23rd, 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky. Eric Harley, host of Red Eye Radio, will be on hand to introduce drivers and attendees to country music artist Kix Brooks open the show.  In addition, country music recording artists Maggie Rose, Edgar Hansen, Deck Boss on Discovery Channels Deadliest Catch, and Marc Springer on A&E Networks,  Shipping Wars will also be on site to "meet and greet". 

These personalities will be in the Red Eye Radio lobby booth shaking hands, signing autographs, and taking pictures with attendees (for complete line up visit

Born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana, Kix Brooks was influenced by a variety of regional musical styles ranging from Cajun to blues to jazz to country. In 1990 Brooks teamed with Ronnie Dunn to form Brooks & Dunn, who are the highest selling duo in the history of country music.  They have sold more than 30 million records, won more than 75 major industry awards, had 23 #1 hits, and set a new record with their 41st top 10 single. Brooks ventured into the world of radio in 2006 when he took over the hosting reins of the long-running syndicated radio program, American Country Countdown.

While attendees are at the Red Eye booth visiting these celebrities they will have a chance to register for GPS units, CB Radios, Justin J Max Boots handcrafted in the USA and many other great prizes to be given away throughout the show. 

Red Eye Radio, hosted by Eric Harley and Gary McNamara can now be heard on over 200 stations nationwide in a live five-hour nightly conversation with America, airing Monday - Sunday on FREE AM radio stations across the country. This trucking targeted broadcast provides a "full service" program of driver conversation, industry news and talk as well as interactive promotional contesting.

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