The Kindergarteners at Holy Trinity Episcopal School took their annual field trip to The Auburn Network offices Wednesday morning. The youngsters toured the facilities with Rod Bramblett, the Voice of Auburn himself, who taught them about satellite transmission, ISDN, and studio etiquette. Once trained, Rich Perkins, host of The Drive, helped them make a secret recording to deliver to their mamas on Mothers’ Day. (Don’t tell.)
Bramblett also played an example of his finest work for the children. We never get tired of hearing it, and apparently, neither does the master, who was smiling throughout and laughing again with booth buddy Stan White and the rest of the crew in the background. Here’s a Vine with a bit of commentary on probably the most controversial part of the call, at least among this group of five and six-year-old church-school kids.
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