CEO Of PHL Chellie Cameron Praises USO PartnershipChellie Cameron, the CEO of Philadelphia International Airport, says the USO does a great job for active military traveling overseas.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | April 13Chris broadcasted live from the Liberty USO at the Philadelphia International Airport for Volunteer Appreciation Month, learned about live streaming on Facebook and discussed Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announcing he is not interested in being the Republican party's nominee for President. He talked with the CEO of Philadelphia International Airport, Chellie Cameron, at 7:50 about hosting the Liberty USO, Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about the Pennsylvania Senate passing medical marijuana legislation, and Joe Brooks from the Liberty USO at 8:20 about National Volunteer Month.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | February 11Chris Stigall examined New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's exit from the presidential race, the comparisons between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders and the latest on former Eagle LeSean McCoy's alleged altercation with off-duty police officers. He talked with WYNC Reporter Matt Katz about Christie leaving the race at 7:20, Eliana Raggio from the Liberty USO about #HugAHero2016 at 8:00, and Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey about the US Intelligence Community's World Wide Threat Assessment at 8:20.
Campaign Helps Support The Troops, Raise Money For Local USO ProgramsThe "Hug A Hero" campaign is designed to show support for service members in combat and to raise money for USO programs in Pennsylvania and South Jersey.
Kidcasting from Que for the Troops in Falls Township
Kidcasting From Que For The Troops in Falls Township, PA
National Constitution Center, Eagles Partner Up In New Program Supporting U.S. Soldiers OverseasThe National Constitution Center and the Philadelphia Eagles are partnering on a Soldier Mail Call program aimed at encouraging and supporting U.S. soldiers serving in Afghanistan and Iraq, a spokesperson announced Friday.