WGNS' Danny Page Named To BRAA Board

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NewsRadio WGNS' Danny Page has been named to the Blue Raider Athletic Association's board of directors. He is in marketing and advertising with the radio station, and since March, 2008, Danny has coordinated the promotion of MTSU sports on WGNS.

Page commented, "This is an honor and I look forward to helping in any way that I can to promote the BRAA and MTSU in its continuing effort to build the strongest fan base ever!"

He has always been a Blue Raider fan, and recalls, "I sold popcorn, peanuts and Cracker Jacks at MTSU football games in 1967 and have been a fan ever since."

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Page proudly notes that he has been a season ticket holder since 1980 and a BRAA member for over 30 years.

You go into his office at the radio station and it is packed with Blue Raider memorabilia.

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With a broad smile, he said, "I have attended every conference basketball tournament since the OVC started in Nashville, including 4 years in Hot Springs, along with El Paso and then Birmingham last year. I am proud to be one of the very few fans that can lay claim to being at the Big 3 Basketball wins for the mens' team in NCAA. More proud memories include the Motor City Bowl in Detroit, the New Orleans Bowl, the Go Daddy Bowl in Mobile and the Armed Forces Bowl in Dallas the years that MTSU Football played in those bowls."

Some of Danny's greatest True Blue memories include: beating Kentucky in 1982 in Nashville, beating Florida State in 1989 in Nashville, and once again defeating Florida State this past year.

In addition to being a fan, for the past seven consecutive years Page has hosted the first hour of the pre-game radio broadcast on WGNS that airs immediately before each home game (AM 1450, FM 100.5, FM 101.9 and worldwide at www.WGNSradio.com."

Since March, 2008, Danny has coordinated the radio station's promotion of MTSU sports broadcasts along with marketing and advertising.

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