Assemblyman Obernolte Recognizes El Dorado Broadcasters as Small Business of the Month

Hesperia, Calif. – Today, Assemblyman Jay Obernolte (R-Hesperia) honored El Dorado Broadcasters in Victorville as Outstanding Small Business of the Month.

El Dorado Broadcasters in Victorville is the largest radio broadcaster in the High Desert. It has five stations that entertain listeners with Country, Classic Rock, Adult Contemporary, Hip Hop, and talk radio. Each one of their stations prides themselves on providing both entertainment and information for the communities they serve. In addition, El Dorado Broadcasters supports connecting the community with local businesses, nonprofits, and events. They have partnered with non-profits and the community by supporting toy drives, National Night Out, CHP Safety Campaigns, and blood drives to name a few. They have also hosted events such as trunk-or-treat, women’s expo, and kids’ expo in their mission to connect people with their community.

“El Dorado Broadcasters have done so much to contribute to our local communities while at the same time bringing joy into peoples’ lives,” Assemblyman Obernolte said. “Radio is accessible to everyone and touches people like no other source of entertainment can. Radio is also unique in its ability to bring people from all walks of life together. I’m proud to recognize El Dorado Broadcaster as the Small Business of the Month.”

El Dorado Broadcaster Dwight Johnson, Assemblyman Jay Obernolte, Coleen Quinn, and John Covington

Assemblyman Jay Obernolte represents the 33rd Assembly District, which includes the San Bernardino County communities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Baker, Barstow, Big Bear City, Big Bear Lake, Big River, Crestline, Fort Irwin, Hesperia, Johnson Valley, Lake Arrowhead, Lenwood, Lucerne Valley, Needles, Oak Hills, Phelan, Running Springs, Silver Lakes, Trona, Twentynine Palms Base, Twin Peaks and Victorville.

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