Cars on the Radio
Cars on the Radio Host Bio's
Ron Rowe was raised in Ohio by hardworking and very practical parents.
When Ron turned 16 in 1978, he should have known that his parents
were giving him a 1965 Rambler and not that '73 Trans Am with the
455 and "Screaming Chicken" his best friend's brother had for sale.
Dreams die hard and the pay off for persistency and hard work is
the realization of your dreams! Three years later, Ron bought that
Trans Am with the help of his parents and from cash earned while
Like Cary, Ron has a day job! It just happens to
be in the health insurance industry�and that is how these guys met!
Ron will tell you, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy! Ron
has been known to drag cars out of muddy fields and his wife still
doesn't understand why anyone NEEDS three small block Chevy engines
in their basements�.
In 1969, Cary Hall was a sentry dog-handler at Cameron Bay in South
Vietnam-the first line of defense against Viet Cong and NVA attackers
who would be paid handsomely for bringing back his dog tags. He
clearly remembers those SS396 Chevelles and GTO Judges every GI
rushed out to buy when they returned home.
As an established health insurance and benefits
broker, Cary recognized the benefit radio could provide him in helping
millions of people with questions, problems and frustrations about
insurance. So in 2001, Cary started his radio program, America's
Healthcare Advocate and it is now nationally syndicated!
But wait, that's his day job! Cary's passion is
Muscle Car's and he has been a closet drag racer all of his life
and is addicted to Pinks All Out!
So, combine Cary's radio expertise and success with
his love for cars and Ron's "true experience stories" and you get��"Muscle
Cars on the Radio". You'll agree that their excitement is contagious
and you will want to be part of the conversation!