Join XTEAM!


Introducing XTEAM!

Listening to WVXU and WMUB says a lot about you.

You’re informed. You’re engaged in your community and aware of the world around you.

You know it takes involvement from individuals to make positive changes.

XTEAM is your chance to join with other WVXU/WMUB fans in the Greater Cincinnati area to find new ways to participate in our community – to help bring about that positive change and impact lives.

XTEAM is your new, easy connection to volunteer opportunities, social outings, and calls to action. With an emphasis on teaming up with other WVXU/WMUB listeners, this is an effort to make a positive impact in our community, not just with the news and programs we air, but with the energy and enthusiasm you bring to our area.

Imagine – a group of WVXU/WMUB listeners staffing a water stop at the Flying Pig Marathon or fixing a meal at the Ronald McDonald House. Maybe helping prepare a veteran’s home for the winter or fielding a volleyball team for a charity tournament.

There are lots of positive NO’s that go with XTEAM:

NO meetings. NO dues. NO minimum obligation. NO stress.

There is one VERY important YES:

YES, we can work and play together and make an impact.

To add your name and email address onto the XTEAM roster, simply use the link below. Your name and contact information WILL NOT be sold or traded. As we get requests for XTEAM assistance, we will forward those out to the entire roster with a sign-up option. You’ll then receive follow-up details about when, where, etc.

SIGN UP FOR XTEAM!

Just as important, we want to hear from YOU about events and organizations you are involved with that could use XTEAM involvement, or social events that you think your fellow XTEAM members would enjoy.

Simple enough, right? You know there are events and community projects going on weekly in and around Cincinnati that need volunteers. Help them out, make new friends, and join XTEAM.

Questions? Suggestions? Opportunities?

Contact Kevin at xteam@wvxu.org or on Twitter @XTEAM_Kevin

 

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August 2-3
10:14 am
Tue July 23, 2013

Cincy Blues Fest looking for volunteers

A letter from our friends at the Cincy Blues Fest:

Cincy Blues Fans: 

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Cincinnati USA
1:30 am
Fri May 24, 2013

Summer fun in Cincinnati from Linda Antus

Memorial Day weekend means the start of summer vacations, and before you plan on leaving town, listen to what Linda Antus, president and CEO of the Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism Network, tells Mark Perzel about everything that will be going on in and around Cincinnati this summer. You might want to consider visiting some of the local attractions and events, even invite friends and family to join you.

Celebrating Black History Month
12:31 am
Fri February 15, 2013

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

In honor of Black History Month, Natalie Hastings, the communications director from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, joins Mark Perzel in studio to discuss special programs and exhibits at the Center this month, as well as provide a brief update on how the Center is faring with the growth of The Banks project in its front yard.


Community Engagement and Leadership Training
12:30 am
Fri February 15, 2013

C-Change - A Program of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber

C-Change is a dynamic program of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber that provides leadership development and community engagement opportunities for emerging young leaders in the area. This one-year experience recently named its 8th Class, so we’ve invited Julie Bernzott, manager of HYPE Programs at the chamber, in to the studio to talk with Mark Perzel about exactly what happens during the C-Change year, and recount some of the efforts of previous classes to leave a legacy to our community.


Sixth Annual Book Festival Next Weekend
1:31 am
Fri October 12, 2012

2012 Books by the Banks

Time for the Sixth Annual Books by the Banks Cincinnati USA Book Festival on Saturday, October 20. This free, family-friendly event features over 100 national and regional authors, panel discussions, book readings and a fun kid’s zone. Mark Perzel talks with two of the event organizers, Melissa Norris and Sandy Bolek, about some of the authors coming this year, the growth of the event, and plans to relocate the event to The Banks.

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