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Monday Is Traffic Professionals Day

Remembering key personnel in your radio station operation

The Traffic Directors Guild of America wants radio station personnel to celebrate Traffic Professionals Day on Monday.

In a release, the TDGA’s Larry Keene said, “Monday (November 3rd) is the one day the industry sets aside to walk down the hall to say a quick thank you, or bring in some breakfast treats, have flowers delivered, plan a luncheon, arrange your deejays to congratulate them on their shows… or whatever your own creativity envisions to say: ‘Thanks, great job…’”

He adds, “If you receive your logs from a hub, invest in a phone call. If you’re at a hub then call your ‘spokes,’ and let them know you’re thinking about their contributions. If you’re at corporate — imagine how great you’ll make everyone feel by sending a memo to all your clusters.”

One additional note from the release: “TDGA will be running all sorts of items, photos and articles during the week following Traffic Professionals Day, so take along a camera and send us some photos of the men and women that probably would appreciate a thank you from the staff, especially at this really busy time of the year. Send us any photos as an email attachment to [email protected].”