(Ft. Worth) – MoJo 5-0, the new start-up digital radio station focusing on Conservative and Libertarian content has a heart for our Veterans. Anyone who listened to the late Doc Thompson, founder of MoJo 5-0 radio, knows he had a passion for veterans’ causes. The folks at MoJo 5-0 are honored to continue that legacy in the Dallas-Ft. Worth community over the
Memorial Day weekend:
The Charles Schwab Challenge, held at the Colonial Country Club over Memorial Day weekend: As the official voice of the PR Strong benefit event, Matt Locke – host of the “Conservative Cartel” on MoJo 5-0 – is scheduled to broadcast live from the Warrior Tent on the 16th hole on Friday, May 24, interviewing many veterans to help bring attention to non-profits that benefit them.
The 2019 Memorial Day Celebrity Softball Classic, benefitting CarryTheLoad.org, will be held on Saturday, May 25, at 5 p.m. at Airhogs Stadium in Grand Prairie. MoJo 5-0 hosts Matt Locke and Rocci Stucci are scheduled to play alongside professional athletes, musicians, celebrities, and military heroes for the Blue Team (Home).
“The Dallas-Ft. Worth area is a huge part of what we are at MoJo 5-0, and it’s an honor to have the opportunity to give back via both of these events,” said Locke. “We’ve been very vocal about honoring our military heroes and continuing the legacy that Doc Thompson established, and we’re thrilled to support these non-profits that play a vital role in veterans’ causes.”
MoJo 5-0 was developed, launched, and is managed by Cuddle Me Buff, LLC, a partnership of broadcasting experts encompassing all areas of the production spectrum, from operations to talent, business to sales. Within six months of launch, MoJo 5-0 went from 0 listeners to 110K unique sessions weekly, and recently celebrated their one millionth download. MoJo 5-0 is distributed by iHeartRadio, and broadcasts from custom studios near Fort Worth, Texas. For more information, please visit us at Mojo 5-0 Radio, as well as on Facebook.