AARON: It’s another edition of DSI Witness News. I’m Aaron Keck.
MOLLY: I’m Molly Buckley. Last Sunday at Top of the Hill, Ryan and Celeste Evans were married as part of WCHL’s Marry Me Ron Stutts contest, a 30,000-dollar wedding ceremony that included over a dozen area businesses and took nearly a year to plan.
AARON: And the DSI Witness News writing staff was thrilled and honored to have been able to participate.
MOLLY: Or at least we would have been.
AARON: If we’d been invited.
MOLLY: But we weren’t.
AARON: No hard feelings, though.
MOLLY: No, none at all.
AARON: But you may be wondering out there: what’s next? What could WCHL possibly do to top a massive event like THAT?
MOLLY: Well, we’ve managed to obtain an internal document here at the WCHL office with a list of some of the alternative promotions that WCHL has considered, to follow up on the success—
AARON: —of Marry Me Ron Stutts.