Davis Cellular – Wet. Wild. Repair.

Wet cellphones. We’ve all done it. In fact, many of us have done it more than once. Some have simply given-up and paid extra for waterproof phones. The rest of us have become experts at “electronics dehydration” – nothing an overnight in a bowl of rice can’t fix, right?! And when that doesn’t work, simply […]

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The 9th Annual Shoot Out For Autism

What: A sporting clays tournament, where 100% of the proceeds benefit the Nova Center of the Ozarks, Inc. When: Saturday, May 31st Time: Registration begins at 8:00a, Shooting starts at 9:30a Where: Ozark Shooters Sports Complex Entry Fee: $90 (if paid by May 17th), $100 (starting May 18th) Bonus: The first 50 paid registrants receive […]

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Honey Heaven. South Campbell in Springfield.

I won’t say that raw, local honey will cure all of your ails…but for many, it is the ultimate “go-to” during allergy season. New radio commercial for Honey Heaven, targeting seasonal allergy sufferers interested in raw and local honey products With our fast-paced existence today – not to mention the billions spent annually on marketing […]

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Fed Cup 2014: USA vs. France

The “World Cup of Tennis” returns April 19th and 20th, with nation-on-nation match-ups scheduled across the globe. In the World Group, the Czech Republic will host Italy and Australia will host Germany to determine which two nations will battle for the 2014 Fed Cup Title this November. World Group “Playoff” matches are also scheduled that […]

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Davis Cellular – Your Pre-Paid Experts

What a flip! Got back from sunny San Diego late last night, and woke to snowfall this morning. While the rest of Southwest Missouri took the day off, the Davis Cellular Service and Repair Center was busy repairing phones and providing expert technical assistance to those who braved the roads. We also took some time […]

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PREVIEW: Davis Cup San Diego – USA vs. Great Britain

Fact: John Isner, Sam Querrey and the Bryan Brothers have their work cut out for them this weekend in San Diego. A win is expected. A loss would be devastating. Both are realistic. Here’s the deal…while the Americans arrive in San Diego with a higher-ranked field, Courier’s “chosen-four” aren’t necessarily touching-down with promising momentum. TEAM […]

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Fed Cup 2014: USA vs. Italy

Here’s the commercial promoting Team USA’s first round Tie vs. Italy in Cleveland. Sadly, in my 12th year as the Fed Cup announcer, I’m going to miss this one because I will be in Doha preparing for the Qatar Total Open. I worked my first Fed Cup Tie in Springfield, Missouri back in 2002, where […]

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Davis Cup 2014: USA vs. Great Britain

Here’s the commercial promoting Team USA’s first round Tie vs. Great Britain in San Diego. This is my 10th year as the Davis Cup announcer, and I can’t wait to see how we pull this off on clay in Petco Park. I worked my first Davis Cup Tie at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut back in […]

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Shoeboxes for Soldiers – Christmas 2013

Respect. Empathy. Gratitude. These are emotions we all FEEL when we think of friends, family, neighbors, even complete strangers who serve our nation’s military. Personally, for the past twelve years, these simple nouns have become words of action; verbs that drive me to physically show appreciation to these individuals and their families who willingly, selflessly […]

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Five weeks ’til the 2013 US Open – Radio for US Open Series

I had a blast voicing the television and producing the radio commercials for the Emirates Airline US Open Series. The series itself kick-starts today in Atlanta (ATP World Tour) and Stanford (WTA Tour). Week 1 BB&T Atlanta Open – Defending Champion: Andy Roddick Bank of the West Classic – Defending Champion: Serena Williams Week 2 […]

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