KVPI Top Story Archives for 2017-03

Bud n Boiling is back on Classic Hits 92.5

Starting Monday, Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI will team up with Southwest Beverage to qualify listeners every day for the 2017 "Bud 'n" Boilin" contest. Each day we will qualify five lucky listeners for the grand prize drawing. The cue to call is the sound of the beer can tab being pulled off and beer being poured into a glass. Be caller 5 when you hear the cue to call. You must be 18 or older to qualify and one qualifier per family . We will have a drawing to choose our grand prize winner Wednesday April 12 at 3:00pm. Our winner will win a 10x10 Budweiser "Bud n Boiling" Tent, beer, crawfish and a crawfish boiling kit. Special thanks to Ray Matte with True Value Hardware for providing the boiling kit for our promotion.

Classic Hits 92.5 has Winners for Disney on Ice

 

   Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI and Disney on Ice held a Text to Win contest for listeners to qualify for tickets to the show at the Cajundome. Winners were drawn today and the three winners of a family four pack of tickets to the show are “Casie Roberie, Belinda Berzas and Laurie Dupre. Congratulations from everyone at KVPI and Disney on Ice. Stay tuned for more chances to win from the station with more contest winners, Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI.

KVPI Road Crew WIll Be in Eunice at Crawfish Cook Off Sunday

Make plans to attend the 2017 Eunice Chamber of Commerce World Championship Crawfish Etouffee Cook Off at the Northwest Pavilion . Enjoy the food, music and fun. The crew from Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI, Josh and Mark, will be broadcasting live on remote Sunday morning from 10-12 noon. Come by our broadcast booth and say hello.

KVPI FM Wins Radio Station of the Year and Non Blonde Cafe with Stephanie Best Morning Show

 

Louisiana Broadcasters Recognizes KVPI-FM with Two Awards

March 21, 2017

 

 For the seventh time, Louisiana Broadcasters recognized Ville Platte Broadcasting and KVPI-FM for its year- long community service by awarding the station the prestigious “Radio Station of the Year” honor. The event took place today (Tuesday) at the annual Prestige Awards luncheon in Baton Rouge sponsored by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters. Accepting the award was John Pucheu, Vice President of Ville Platte Broadcasting Company, the parent company for KVPI AM and FM. The L.A.B. saluted the local station for its on -going commitment to local news, public service programming, local sports and Cajun French programming. KVPI-FM has been on the air since 1966 while its sister station,  KVPI AM signed on in 1953.

    The radio also won for “Best Morning Show” award presented to Stephanie Ware for her “Non Blonde Café with Steph” morning show heard Monday through Thursday from 9-12 noon. The show, which features celebrity interviews, contest giveaways and a special mix of music from the 70’s, 80 and 90’s has seen its on air and social media audience share grow considerably in the short time it has been on the air. On Wednesdays, Steph brings in her on air partner Lisa Crane for “Women on Wednesday”.

   KVPI General Manager Mark Layne would like to thank Polly Johnson and her staff at the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters, our listeners and our great sponsors. “We have the greatest listeners and clients in the world who have been with us and supported us”, he said. Layne also thanked all the members of his staff: Bonnie Fontenot, Cheryl DeBaillon, Becky Vidrine, Stephanie Ware, Jim Soileau, Charlie Manuel, Ashlee Michot, Annona Balfa, Josh Godwin, Swabby Soileau, Micah Chatman and Carly Chaumont.

   He also thanked Dr. Rhonda Fink Pucheu, the President of Ville Platte Broadcasting Company and a second generation broadcaster for her continued support in our efforts to serve the community along with her husband and Vice President of the company, John Pucheu.

WHOOP WHOOP! WHO WANTS TO WIN MONSTER TRUCK TICKETS?

Starting Monday, Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI will be qualifying listeners to win tickets to the "Toughest Monster Truck Tour" March 24th and 25th at the Cajundome in Lafayette. When you hear the Monster Truck "Cue to Call", call us up at the contest line at 506-2444. We will qualify the first three callers each time we play the cue to call. One qualifier per family. Good luck from Acadiana's Greatest Hits Station, Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI!

ARE YOU READY TO WIN DISNEY ON ICE TICKETS?

Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI and Feld Entertainment are sending lucky listeners to the Disney on Ice show, The "Dare to Dream" show coming to the Cajundome in Lafayette March 31-April 2. To qualify to win a family four pack of tickets to this family show, text "Disney" to our Text to Win Number at 337-459-6021. Get ready to win from the station more winners listen to: Classic Hits 92.5 KVPI!

 

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Swamp Pop music

The Louisana Swamp Pop Museum is operated by the City of Ville  Platte is open to the public every Friday and

Saturday from 10:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. Come view the amazing artifacts, photos,records, Wall of Fame and hear the music.
 

Admission charge is $3 adults,

$2 seniors and $1 for children under 12.
The museum is located on

Northwest Railroad Avenue.