You wouldn’t like to miss the prizes for this birthday, so find here their full press release.
“May 13th 2007 a date that saw the birth of a global force in flight simulation entertainment. Sky Blue Radio took to the internet air waves broadcasting 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Four years later Sky Blue Radio is still going strong, and this year we are having a party, with presents.
It will be party atmosphere here at Sky Blue Radio and a party without presents is just no fun at all so Sky Blue Radio will begin the week with a contest. Starting on Sunday May 8th, Sky Blue Radio will be airing our song of the day allowing our listeners a chance to enter this amazing giveaway. A new song of the day, every day, for seven days will allow listeners to enter up to seven times, increasing their chances to win! The Birthday Bash giveaway culminates during the weekend of the 13th, with DJsÃ¢Â€Â™ LIVE on air from 1500 Zulu on Friday to 0700 Zulu Monday. 64 hours of LIVE DjsÃ¢Â€Â™Â taking your requests and partying all weekend long!
The prizes for this birthday celebration are made possible by generous donations from GoFlight Technologies, Buttkicker, FSGenesis, FS2Crew, JustFlight, Flight1, Captain Sim, Hi-Fi Simulations, Blueprint Simulations and vRoute. The Birthday Party will have plenty of presents and we want to thank these sponsors for allowing us to give our listeners some awesome birthday presents!Â Winners will be announced Sunday, so we need you to tune in, lock in and party with Sky Blue Radio!
Come blow out the candles as we jam the virtual skies with great music, great fun and with the best audience in the world!
Sky Blue Radio broadcasts 24/7 around the world. Listeners can tune in to Sky Blue Radio by accessing our website at skyblueradio.com. Listeners may also tune in via their com 2 radios on 123.45 with our Wee Tune Beastie application available for download on our website. We are now available via Black Berry or iPhone through http://radiotuner.mobi/SkyBlueRadio; Android listeners can access Sky Blue Radio by downloading Retro Radio, then search for Sky Blue Radio.”