Orange County, CA (PRWEB) December 28, 2008
An air personality with a passion for potlucks is reaching out to the public for their great potluck-experience stories.
"They've gotta have personal experience with at least one 'perfect' potluck," says Roy's Koncert Konnection radio host Roy Gray, adding, "I love potlucks, not just for their appeal to the working poor, but because I personally think there are precious-few things as marvelous as people coming together to share a meal whose depth grows as each contributing chef is added; and I really look forward to getting good old-fashioned U.S. postcards from people currently in fast-paced office environments where the magic of the potluck plays a major role in team building and morale. So I just want people to tell me if the potlucks are plentiful and fun; diverse and scrumptious; professional, yet social. In addition to your normal fruits and veggies, is the team permitted to enjoy the good stuff, like tasty tortas, exotic pasta dishes, creative sub sandwiches, chocolate cake covered with ice cream and more?"
What's the method to the madness? Gray, who produces Konnection for radio stations like 96.7 FM in the hometown of Elvis, says it's simple.
"I simply want that postcard (P.O. Box 10153, Costa Mesa, CA 92627) describing how their company employs the potluck, giving me permission to read the postcard in a new on-air radio segment called "Potlucks On A Mission." (Company names cannot be mentioned on the air.)
According to Gray, visiting some of the participating potlucks to taste for himself has not been ruled out.
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