Monday, November 21, 2005
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Arroe Collins is all over the map, and his talent demands it. A 26 year veteran of radio, Arroe's work has made its way onto the Bob & Sheri Radio Show, helping them earn six Marconi nominations. He was 1/3 of the nationally syndicated Pam Stone Show, helping her earn two Gracie Allan Awards. Twice he was voted Jefferson Pilot employee of the year, and was nominated to replace Casey Kasum on American Top 40.
Arroe worked in Billings, Montana from 1980 to 1985 when he moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, where he has worked since 1985. He has been on-air talent and voice-track artist, as well as having done commercial and radio imaging production, for stations across America, throughout his colorful life.
His art has helped raise thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Koman Foundation, the Hope Stout Make a Wish Foundation and several local schools who've needed extra funds to send their students to foreign countries.
Radio Broadcast professional:
1980-82 KOYN/Billings, Montana
1982-85 KOOK/Billings, Montana
1985-91 WEZC/Charlotte, North Carolina
1991-93 WAQQ/Charlotte, North Carolina
1993-05 WLNK/Charlotte, North Carolina
Image voice for several radio and television stations across the nation.
Voice track radio shows in other markets
Work one on one with production companies in creating quality commercial
1997-99 WBTV/Charlotte morning show reporter
Written three books of poetry
Written two novels
Written two books of inspiration
Written articles for music and lifestyle magazines
Movie critic for the nationally syndicated Pam Stone Show
Taught poetry at Barnes and Nobel 1996-99
Nationally recognized artist whose pieces have helped raise thousands of
dollars for non-profit organizations.
Mobil DJ service:
One of the most extensive music collections in the Carolinas.