TOP PHOTO: Larry McNeely (left) and Elmer Longmire (right.) McNeely, who called La Follette home, later starred on the Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS TV in the late 1960s into the early 1970s. Longmire hosted the Tennessee Jamboree on Saturday nights on WLAF, where McNeely often performed, and doubled as an announcer and manager at WLAF in the 1960s and 1970s.
LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – May 17, 2020, marks WLAF’s 67th year on the air and more than 6 million views to its website since last year’s celebration. The total number of views exceeds 11million views since the new Hammrtech website was unveiled in May 2018.
There’ll be a cash give away on the radio stations on Monday. For those online right now, WLAF is offering a special for one new and one current corporate partner.
The first two businesses, one currently advertising on WLAF’s website and a business that would like to advertise on WLAF’s website, that send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, receive one free month of advertising each on 1450wlaf.com. Please list the subject line as WLAF. There will be a total of two winners and the time stamp on the emails will serve as who emailed first. Good luck!
All of us here at WLAF want to express our appreciation to all of those of you who so kindly tune in everyday to AM 1450, FM 100.9, TV 12 and connect to 1450wlaf.com. An enormous expression of appreciation goes out to all of you who so graciously partner with WLAF for sponsorships on our media outlets. Without your support through listening, watching, reading and sponsoring, there would not have been a 67th celebration today. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 05/17/2020-6AM)