CFCR'S FM-PHASIS 2012: TUNE IN, TURN UP!


Sep 4, 2012

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CFCR is super, super, super (super) excited to unveil the logo design and slogan for our upcoming fundraising drive, FM-Phasis, which runs from September 15-28, 2012.

We decided to get right to the point with our slogan for 2012. Whether you're listening to us on the radio at 90.5FM, streaming our content live on the web or even tuning in on your TV through SaskTel's digital cable service (channel 820), there is just one statement you need to remember: Tune In, Turn Up.

Saskatoon/Edmonton graphic designer/mad scientist Evan Vrinten (aka Evan Vacant) is the mastermind behind the amazing Tune In, Turn Up design, which you can see above. It will adorn our limited-edition t-shirts, so be sure to get your pledges in quick and you can get one for yourself.

As is the case every year, we have a dumptruck full of great prizes, from CFCR swag (t-shirts, magnets and our brand new scarves!) to gift certificates for local business and amazing early bird and grand prizes.

Of course to benefit from these prizes, we must ask for your donations in return. FM-Phasis is CFCR's biggest annual fundraiser and accounts for a huge chunk of our operating budget. We simply could not exist without the amazing support from our community. So please be sure to pledge your hard-earned money to support community radio in Saskatoon.

We'll be announcing more details on the early bird and grand prizes we've got lined up very soon, as well as all the details on FM-Phasis Fest, the live music portion of our fundraising campaign. For now, get excited about our Back-To-School Bash featuring Lethbridge garage punk superstars Fist City and local rapscallions Mondo Trasho, as well as mood music by the hosts of CFCR Thursday night show Way Out West. And it's all only FIVE BUCKS! It'll be a great way to get yourself good n' ready, both for school and for FM-Phasis! All proceeds from this rock-fest go to CFCR, so don't miss it! It's only FIVE BUCKS!

Tune In, Turn Up!

- CFCR Program Director, Jay Allen

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