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    Sales Representative

    Keith Seaboyer (CSET, CSCM, P.Log) has recently joined  the CHON-FM Sales & Advertising team.

    Keith grew up listening to country music and playing bass guitar, inspired by his siblings’ playing the guitar and his father’s award-winning fiddle performances across eastern and central Canada .

    Fast forward several years through college and a successful business career, Yukon College invited Keith to teach Renewable Energy with emphasis on wind and solar. He has also helped Yukon’s First Nation students improve their math and science skills.

    Throughout his several years of receiving distinguished industry and educational awards, he has maintained a passion for music and an interest in helping others. He developed many contacts in the music industry, having served as MC for music "Idol" contests, and helping to organize music festivals. Most recently he was instrumental in bringing the first-ever Nashville fiddle show to the Yukon.

    Keith looks forward to learning from the outstanding CHON-FM team, while working with local and national businesses and organizations to ensure they prosper by effectively collaborating with CHON-FM.

    Keith can be reached at 867-668-6629, or sales@chonfm.ca

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