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Appreciate Arizonans doing great things during crisis

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PHOENIX — In honor of those who have put themselves on the frontline to battle the coronavirus spread in the state, KTAR News 92.3 FM is transforming into the “appreciation station.”

In an effort to rally the community around the state’s health care workers, first responders and all those who have aided the state during this unprecedented time, the station is showcasing stories of appreciation for people going above and beyond during the health crisis.

Listeners are encouraged to call 602-200-2733 and leave messages of appreciation for community members doing great things for others.

Both The Mike Broomhead Show and Gaydos & Chad will hold an open segment once per show where callers can share their stories live on-air.

Callers are also encouraged to call in and leave messages of encouragement for those across the state working to stop the COVID-19 spread.

For all articles, information and updates on the coronavirus from KTAR News, visit ktar.com/coronavirus.

Arizona open and hiring: If you’re looking for job openings, visit ktar.com/arizonahiring.

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