Washington Adventist University’s Radio Station Gives Away Over 4,300 Ice Creams
August 2, 2017: Over 4,300 listeners of Washington Adventist University’s contemporary Christian radio station WGTS/WASHINGTON, DC were given ice cream during the station’s July 17-21, 2017 Ice Cream Tour.
The station partnered with ice cream manufacturer Turkey Hill Dairy to thank station listeners.
Music and radio news source AllAccess.com reported that the tour touched down at a number of locations including Gaithersburg, Maryland and Tyson’s Corner, Virginia.
The station went to locations with large concentrations of listeners to reward them for their loyalty.
On this year’s ice cream tour, WGTS listeners donated backpacks full of school supplies to the Salvation Army for local children in need.
The station’s general manager Kevin Krueger said, “One of my favorite parts of the ice cream tour is the opportunity we have to listen to people [their stories], encourage them, and pray with them, It’s a real honor and an important part of our ministry to pray for people at events like this and to listen to their hearts.”
WGTS is a non-profit, Christian, listener-supported media ministry serving the Washington, DC region.