Doug Stephan Goes “A Little Bit Country,” Offers Expense Paid Nashville Trip to Lucky Listener

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ThereÂ?s a reason Doug StephanÂ?s Good Day Radio Show is heard in more than 400 markets Â? he treats his listeners well! DougÂ?s latest treat was inspired this week when the Bellamy Brothers joined him on Good Day.

There’s a reason Doug Stephan’s Good Day Radio Show is heard in more than 400 markets – he treats his listeners well! Doug’s latest treat was inspired this week when the Bellamy Brothers joined him on Good Day.

Doug Stephan explains, “The Bellamy Brothers are about as refreshing, fun, and ‘country’ as you can get. When I’m not hosting Good Day or The Talkradio Count Down Show I’m a dairy farmer. So, I guess that makes me a little bit ‘country’ too, and I can’t think of a better way to thank our listeners than to give away a trip to Nashville. We’ll award the trip July 29th… the winner will travel to Music City for a dream vacation, courtesy of the Nashville Convention Visitors Bureau and Good Day.”

In addition to being “Music City”, Nashville was recently named “America’s Friendliest City” by Travel and Leisure Magazine. Nashville has also been recognized as the 4th Best American City for Holiday Travel… and the 6th Best American City for Fall Destinations.

Listeners can learn how to win the trip by going to http://www.dougstephan.com. The Good Day Nashville trip includes roundtrip airfare for two to Nashville on Southwest Airlines, rental car by Avis, three nights at the Double Tree Guest Suites and passes to more than over thirty area attractions.

Talk Show Host Doug Stephan is heard in more than 400 markets on Good Day and The Talkradio Count Down Show. Stephan’s shows are carried by major groups like Clear Channel, Cumulus, Citadel, NextMedia, Entercom, and national networks RadioAmerica, Lifestyle TalkRadio Network ™, SuperRadio, Business TalkRadio Network ™, DayNet, Jones Radio and Cable Radio Network.

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