Positive Life Radio Joins The Vidare Creative Family

Vidare Creative welcomes Positive Life Radio in Walla Walla, WA to their growing list of clients. Vidare will provide training, hosting, and coaching services for their on-air fundraisers. In addition, Vidare will work with the station to implement their “Fundraising 365” strategy, helping connect programming and fundraising to help PLR better tell their story to their listeners throughout the year.

New GM Chris Gilbreath says, ““The timing couldn’t have been better. Just as I joined Positive Life Radio as General Manager, the opportunity came to work with my fundraising dream team of Bill, Dave and Paul. They bring a wealth of wisdom and experience to the table at a time when we’re looking to reach new heights of fundraising excellence. So long as I remember to log off my personal Facebook account when they’re in the building, what could go wrong?!?”

Vidare Chief Client Officer Bill Scott had no comment on the Facebook issue, but did add, “We are always excited to partner with those who are doing great ministry and Positive Life Radio is exactly that. We believe 2020 will be a great year.”

Vidare Creative partners Paul Goldsmith, Bill Scott, and Dave Kirby bring over 100 years of collective radio and fundraising experience to work for their clients. They are currently welcoming new clients, both in the radio and general non-profit sector. To find out how you can work with Vidare Creative, contact Paul Goldsmith at paul@vidarecreative.com.

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