WRLT Employeeâ€™s Home Burns While Being Flooded
May 11, 2010 at 2:55 PM (PT)
LESLIE BILLS, a sales rep for TUNED IN BROADCASTING’S Triple A WRLT (LIGHTNING 100)/NASHVILLE, had quite a scare during the flooding on MAY 1st-2nd. While her house was being surrounded by rising water from the CUMBERLAND RIVER, it caught on fire. Thankfully, at the last second she was rescued by a man on a jet ski just before the house was completely engulfed by flames. Click here to see what happened
Now the folks at WRLT are planning a series of benefit concerts and auctions to help BILLS and others in NASHVILLE who have been affected by the flooding. On that note, the station is looking for any items from artists they can use in their efforts.
Reach out to WRLT MD KEITH COES for more details at email@example.com.
Meanwhile, look for BILLS to be a guest on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" next week.