Sioux Falls, SD, January 15, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Sioux Falls legend Crash is headed to Badlands Pawn, Gold & Jewelry in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Crash will host the Badlands Radio Network morning program, “The Morning Crash.” The 24-Hour, live FM radio station is planning to take the entire Midwest region by storm.
“The Morning Crash” will feature interviews with celebrities, legendary rock stars and will share the latest and greatest happenings from the new entertainment destination with everyone live on-air. The long-time radio DJ and local legend that was formerly with B102.7 of Sioux Falls brings with him 23 years of experience and market knowledge in the South Dakota radio business. Crash is looking to bring his brand of rock not only to Sioux Falls, but across the entire Midwest.
Crash said he is excited to join Badlands Pawn, Gold & Jewelry creator Chuck Brennan along with the rest of the Badlands team. “Chuck let me know that he wanted the very best in all aspects of Badlands Pawn and Badlands Radio, and that included me. How many Radio Program Directors in the country are going to have an amazing house band?” said Crash. The Badlands House Band, led by “Metal Cowboy” Ron Keel, will tour the Midwest along with rehearsing and performing on-site on the concert stage.
Crash is also very involved in the community, working with Cure Kids Cancer at Sanford Children’s Hospital, Make-A-Wish South Dakota through being a board member of Hot Harley Nights, and with Children’s Inn Sioux Falls through Miracle on 41st Street and Funski to name a few. “I’m very proud of the work I’ve done at B102.7 and in the Sioux Falls community through numerous charities and festivals and hope to be able to continue such work in my new position,” said Crash.
Badlands Pawn, Gold & Jewelry is a $15 million venture. It is set to become one of the state’s largest tourist destinations and is located in the center of the newly created “Sioux Falls Sports & Entertainment District.” With its own in-house Badlands Radio Network, tattoo shop, shooting range, foundry and mint, and much more, Badlands will be the place visit time and time again.
Badlands Pawn, Gold & Jewelry will open Thanksgiving Day, 2015 and plans to be open from 9 am to 9 pm every day of the year. For more information, visit www.badlandspawn.com.