WSWD's Sound Decision Makes Positive Impact On Earth Day
April 22, 2008 at 2:00 PM (PT)
BONNEVILLE Alternative WSWD (94.9 THE SOUND)/CINCINNATI PD JAY KRUZ challenged THE SOUND airstaff to make it to work without using gas-guzzling, air-polluting cars. BONNEVILLE agreed on a EARTH DAY donation of $250 to the CINCINNATI PARK BOARD for each jock who made it to the station without using a normal gas-powered vehicle.
Check out how the THE SOUND airstaff raised $1,000:
WSWD morning man CLAYTON, who lives 45 miles from the station, traveled by electric car courtesy of OVER-THE-RHINE ELECTRIC MOTOR COMPANY.
Middayer JIMMY, who lives across the river in KENTUCKY, was carted across the bridge in a horse-drawn carriage.
Afternoon goddess LISA, who lives less than two miles away, walked to the station.
KEVIN had the most physically demanding commute pedaling an adult tricycle all the way to the station, courtesy of WHEEL FUN RENTALS.