KSWP/KAVX Begin Sounds of Christmas on Saturday, December 12th

LUFKIN/NACOGDOCHES – After a year like 2020, we are all ready for the Sounds of Christmas. Jingle Bells and excitement in the air. The crisp weather has us all waiting for this music to our ears. The hope and reason for the season is displayed through a beautiful sound coming from KSWP/KAVX starting this Saturday, December 12th.

Program Director, Michelle Ross said, “Everyone is super ready for Christmas and we love the idea of playing Christmas music 24/7 for families and businesses to enjoy. After a year of complete uncertainty, it is special to share hope and the reason for the season with listeners of all ages. I really hope people will tune into the station and hear joy and encouragement this Christmas season.”

Businesses, churches and organizations can also sponsor a day or half day. If you would like more information about the Sounds of Christmas sponsorships call 1-800-944-8443 or visit the station website at kswp.org/kavx.org. The deadline for these sponsorships is Monday, December 7, 2020.

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