have to be now, fun, and special- Everyday !
ask MIX 99.3 morning host Steve Hayes what makes his job worth
waking up every morning at 4:00 am, his answer is simple,
but true; it's a new day!
is unlike most where you go to work and many things are constant."
Steve reflects. "After our morning visit on any given day
is done, the board gets pretty much totally erased until you
do it again on the next. That's my excitement about getting
up and starting over unknowing what challenges each day will
the magic of the "Get Up and Go Show' heard Monday through
Saturday both on MIX 99.3 and the worldwide web at wnxtradio.com.
Steve brings all of the changes of a given day and presents
it in a timely and fun filled manner. Local news, overnight
sports scores, the most accurate weather in the area, music
and celebrity chatter, plus all the social events are placed
on the morning show menu to help paint the tapestry of a community
Steve Hayes knows so well.
Portsmouth and beginning his radio career at the age of fifteen,
Steve left his hometown at an early age to pursue his chosen
profession. His radio ramblings took him to the cities of
Huntington, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Houston, Cincinnati,
Louisville, and Lexington. It was in 1999 after managing the
company's facilities in Danville Kentucky, that Steve came
home to help reposition local radio in the Portsmouth area
for the Hometown Radio Inc. Group. This was a challenge that
just couldn't be refused.
bigger markets were moving away from what local radio is all
about, our company truly understands its importance in the
smaller market areas." Steve explains. "Coming back to a company
that I started with in 1991 to help create radio that really
does make a difference, I was all over that! In this day and
age finding that kind of cooperate dedication is so rare if
not gone. Our owners simply believe in us and let us do what
with being the areas number one radio wake up service, Steve
enjoys many other outside interests such as writing, boating,
fishing, and is a national spokesperson for animal protection
and the dangers of free roaming pets in the woods. His web
site is hunterswhoshootdogs.com.
Hayes loves one on one communication from all his listeners
and can be found on Facebook,
or is easily reached by his email.