All KRFC Members, Programers and Volunteers are invited to join the KRFC Board of Directors and staff for a celebration of ten years of local, non-commercial, volunteer powered community radio in Northern Colorado at KRFC’s 2013 Annual Meeting.
The meeting will feature special recognition awards to fantastic KRFC volunteers, a report on the State of the station and the election of the proposed slate of new board members. There will also be a LIVE auction of select items from the KRFC “Lost and Found” and…the 50/50 Raffle winner will be revealed.
Don’t forget this is a celebration too! There will be food and drinks as well as free New Belgium beer – all provided by KRFC and the Board of Directors.
Thursday, December 12th @ Drake Centre Banquet Room – 802 West Drake Road, Fort Collins, 80526
6:00pm Members sign-in, mix and mingle with BOD and staff. 6:30pm formal meeting begins.
Official invitations to KRFC’s annual meeting on December 12th have been mailed to current members. One of the objectives of the annual meeting is the election of new board members.
Candidates on the slate for this election cycle:
Gregg Adams began as a musician, performing at venues throughout the U.S. until he then embarked on a successful Information Technology career, holding executive positions with Key Bank, Wells Fargo, Franklin Templeton, Sun Trust, and Kaiser Permanente.
Gregg left the corporate world to concentrate on artistic and philanthropic pursuits. He joined 2-time Grammy award winning band Arrested Development as business affairs manager, generating substantial increases in revenue and visibility for the band. Gregg was successful in negotiating collaborative efforts between Arrested Development and several emerging and established artists, including The John Butler Trio, Matisyahu and Robert Randolph and the Family Band. He was able to forge relationships with the Atlanta Braves, Phoenix Suns, Clear Channel Communications, and Tom’s Shoes. During his tenure with Arrested Development, Gregg coordinated the band’s philanthropic efforts, including two concerts and a video in support of Barak Obama’s presidential campaign and a concert for Hosea Feed the Hungry. He is also a guest writer for a music industry blog and contributing lyricist for a variety of songwriters.
In 2008 Gregg, along with his wife and business partner Wendy, founded 2 Fat Farmers Productions, a production company committed to creating personalized entertainment and training options for corporate and private customers. Gregg has personally managed a variety of artists, including Young Ancients, the Holler!, Michael Kirkpatrick, Carlton Pride and Fierce Bad Rabbit, for whom he secured a syncronization deal to provide music for New Belgium Brewing’s first national TV commercial, to name a few.
Gregg spends his leisure time with Wendy, daughter Gretchen and their dog Emma.
Charles Hale is a proud CSU alumni and happy to call Fort Collins home. He received a BA in English but spent much of his time at the campus radio station, KCSU. After graduation he went on to a variety of jobs, including being General Manager of a restaurant in Mississippi and running a small business here in Fort Collins. He also went back to school and earned a Masters of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from Goddard College. His love of music, and sharing it with others never waned. When he walked into the KRFC studios it had been over a decade since he had been behind the microphone. It was love all over again. Now, Charles works as an outdoor gear copywriter for Sierra Trading Post and writes music reviews for the Americana blog Ninebullets.net.