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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with MILK

August 25, 2014
 
 

 

To highlight the drought in California and promote water conservation, national radio host and dairy farmer Doug Stephan accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge but used iced milk instead. He challenges Mancow Muller, Don Imus, Bill Bennett and Uri Geller. Watch the scene take place on Stephan’s Eastleigh Farm this morning while live on air in Framingham, Mass. here

 

While speaking with ALS President and CEO Barbara Newhouse on the show today, she revealed that she grew up on a farm and therefore endorsed Stephan’s use of milk in the challenge.

 

About Doug Stephan

Stephan’s radio career has spanned nearly 50 years. In that time, Stephan has created one of the largest and most successful independent radio organizations in the country. He’s most proud of the relationship he has cultivated with his loyal listeners. He’s highly motivated to help others and often does so in unexpected ways. The loving father to his two grown children, Brendan and Megan, also enjoys his English Bulldog Charlotte and his 300 dairy cows.

 

About Doug Stephan’s Good Day

Doug Stephan’s Good Day is nationally syndicated by Stephan Multimedia on more than 350 radio stations. The news, advice and entertainment talk show airs Monday through Friday from 4-10 a.m. ET and Saturdays from 7-9 a.m. ET. Known as one of the first self-syndicators, Stephan’s entrepreneurial spirit and desire to help others extends beyond radio. Stephan also owns and runs Eastleigh Farm, a dairy farm in Framingham, Mass. that provides organic  milk, cheeses and other natural food products to the local community.

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