• Thu. Apr 25th, 2024

From Radio Waves to Red Lobster: The New Wausau Business Show Takes Shape

BySamantha Nguyen

Apr 2, 2024
Wausau Business Showcase now available on radio and podcast platforms

The Wausau Business Show, a new program hosted by Paul Grinsel and Ryan Gallagher of Rocket Industrial, will debut on Bull Falls Radio 98.9 FM in April. The show will feature interviews with key figures from local and national business, sports, and entertainment sectors. It will also be available on Alexa, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify.

The show will air on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., starting on April 6th. Gallagher, also known as “Bruce Kelly” from his days at Wausau West High School on WIFC, brings a wealth of broadcasting experience to the show. Grinsel, with an impressive business career, joins him as co-host.

Grinsel said that the goal of the show is to spotlight the achievements, challenges, and stories of those making a difference in their communities. The first episode will feature Miss America, Grace Stanke, followed by interviews with other local leaders such as Jim Waldron and Sean Wright.

The segments on the show include “The Mobile Microphone,” “The Beat on The Street,” “Wausau Business Rumors,” and calls to companies like Red Lobster. All earnings from the show will benefit The Marathon County Fund at The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin.

Grinsel said that he is excited to be part of this new venture and looks forward to bringing valuable insights and perspectives to listeners in Wausau and beyond.

“We’re here to provide our audience with relevant information about what’s happening in their community,” Grinsel said. “Our goal is to inspire people to take action and make a difference.”

By Samantha Nguyen

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