Fall Pledge Drive
Posted in Here's the Tower on 12 Sep 2018
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Here's the Tower Fall Pledge Drive
Episode 17

We’re in the middle of our autumn on-air pledge drive here at listener-supported K Composite.

If you enjoy quality programming like Here’s the Tower, we want you to show your support. It costs a lot* to produce these programs which are all distributed without advertising interruptions**.

This year alone, Here’s the Tower has brought you more than 15 minutes of original*** entertainment.

Every little bit helps, so don’t feel bad if you can’t afford our annual Platinum Membership at $650,000.

If you’re reading this in your podcast app, click here to visit kcomposite.com/pledge.

Membership levels and rewards:

Platinum Membership: with your non-tax-deductible gift of just $650,000 or more we’ll give you the first 17 episodes of Here’s the Tower on a high-bias cassette tape and a small house in Louisville, Kentucky, that has a private listening room equipped with a previously owned stereo cassette Walkman and headphones.

 

Silver Membership: For $295,000 you’ll get two free tickets to next summer’s Here’s the Tower Fan Convention in Oahu, Hawaii, and you’ll be entered in a raffle to meet Scott Ritcher.

Premium Membership: When you support the program with a donation of $49,000, we’ll send you a durable cotton K Composite tote bag filled with $10,000 in cash.

Fan Membership: For just $1467, you’ll get a personal**** email from host Scott Ritcher who will refer to you as “a friend of the show.”

Freeloader Membership: Even though you’re poor, we appreciate your willingness to support Here’s the Tower. With your gift of $244, we will e-mail you a receipt.


Choose your Membership Level and click Buy Now to proceed

Please note that all memberships are personal contributions to Scott Ritcher and are both non-refundable and non-tax-deductible. Not all money contributed here will go to producing this program. Some of it might be used for food, housing, beer, travel or other incidental expenses accrued while collecting life experiences to inspire future episodes.

*not that much, really
**commercials for Minnesota Mark’s Vegetarian Horse Meat are considered “sponsored content”
***some of it is a bit derivative
****this message may be auto-generated


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