Jeff Andrulonis was broadcasting on WFAY in Fayetteville, North Carolina the day the twin towers fell – the day Islamic terrorists attacked our nation.
Jeff is the chairman of Colonial Media, a company that owns 17 radio stations in mostly small towns – like Fayetteville.
Not too long after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Jeff decided to begin a new tradition. He directed all of his radio stations to play the Star-Spangled Banner every day at noon.
It’s a heart-felt tradition that continues to this day.
A few days ago Jeff read my column about how several members of the East Carolina University Marching Band desecrated the National Anthem on Oct. 1st.
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