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Off the Rails rewards KISU Bengal Giving Day Donors!

As we count-down the minutes, I’d like to introduce a KISU supporter and local business owner who has brought joy to Bengal fans both on the field and off the rails. Listen to our conversation with Justin Arias of Off the Rails Brewing and stay tuned for a Bengal Giving Day challenge that may allow you to celebrate your support of public radio!

To help raise funds for KISU-FM, Justin Arias and the folks at Off the Rails will be offering a complimentary drink to those who pledge online or in-person to KISU during the Bengal Giving Day event!

So, just snap a screenshot of your pledge, or be ready to show your email receipt, and Off the Rails will thank you for your support of KISU with a free tap beer, soda, or drink of your choice!

Must be 21 to consume alcohol.

Off the Rails Brewing in Pocatello became one of KISU’s newest business supporters in 2022

About Justin Arias - Walter Payton Award Finalist where he finished third in the voting ... third-team All-American by the Sports Network ... first-team all-conference ... led ISU to an 8-4 record ... threw for a single-season school record 4,076 yards and 38 touchdowns while leading No. 25 Idaho State to a 6-2 mark in the Big Sky Conference - ISU Athletics

Academic All-conference -Bachelor's degree and two master’s degrees from Idaho State University, NIATEC (cyber security) program graduate with MBA

Justin works for the US Airforce and recently became a business owner!

Jamon Anderson has served with KISU FM since 2003 in many capacities including show-host, newscaster, announcer, board operator, production specialist, engineering assistant, automation and programs manager. He is currently KISU's General Manager.