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“The Coffee Pot Show”

 

Join Big Al and Rae Rae weekday mornings – grab a coffee, give us a call, honk your horn when you drive by!

( we accept cakes, pot roasts & garden vegetables as gifts.. seriously.  )

You make our morning show so keep the phone calls coming in.  We truly appreciate all our amazing listeners.  :)

 

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