K-LOVE Launches 'Million Lives Campaign'
August 29, 2011 at 7:54 AM (PT)
EMF BROADCASTING Contemporary Christian K-LOVE radio network launched the "MILLION LIVES CAMPAIGN" last week. The campaign serves to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and to highlight the NATIONAL DAY OF SERVICE. The goal of the campaign is to see one million K-LOVE listeners encourage, serve and help others in a single day.
K-LOVE listeners are already signing up at www.klove.com to become part of this national campaign and to share what they will be doing in their communities on 9/11.
"We want to take a day that the enemy meant for evil and flip it on its head. By serving those around us and remembering those lost on that day, we will honor their memory by extending a hand of encouragement and service to our communities," said K-LOVE Dir./Network Promotions MIKE TEDESCO.
K-LOVE will be in NEW YORK CITY participating in several community service projects and sharing with its national audience the events leading up to the 9/11 remembrance. K-LOVE afternoon hosts SCOTT SMITH and KELLI CALDWELL will be joined by listeners, community leaders and bands TENTH AVENUE NORTH and BIG DADDY WEAVE doing hands-on service projects in the city.