Remember Y2K? Sure, you remember Y2K, the year 2,000. That was when everyone was convinced all the computers would freak out at the turn of the new century because there was some bug in the code, and everything run by computers would go bonkers.
Scary stuff. People built Y2K bunkers. They stocked up food and water in Y2K pantries.
And nothing happened. Not a thing. Except a lot of people had a lot of groceries stored in bunkers.
But something else happened not long after that. A radio station manager arranged a meeting between two guys who became morning show partners and took their morning show to number three in their city, and the top ranked Christian morning show in America (per Arbitron ratings for the top 50 markets in America).
Those two guys are Mark and Mack.
Mark Congleton and Dave Mack had never met before that day, but their personalities clicked and they became fast friends.
That friendship has seen them through that first morning show together, a morning TV show (#1 in it’s time slot), and other morning shows on other radio stations.
Dave went on to work for iHeart Radio and received the Addy Award for the best medium market talk radio show in Alabama 4 years running, and eventually joined the team of the Nancy Grace Show as an investigative reporter and producer.
Mark went on to become Director of Technology for the Scott Dawson Evangelistic Association, serving ten years on staff tending to computer needs and managing the ministry’s websites. Today he produces the weekly “Dawson Now” podcast for the ministry.
Now the guys are back together again, bringing laughter and insight to listeners.
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