Join The Preston & Steve Show at Chickie’s & Pete’s in South Philly for the release of the 2013 Totally Office Calendar! Be the first to get your hands on the 2013 calendar for FREE and spend some time with the calendar girls while enjoying Bud and Bud Light specials.
*One Calendar Per Person. (If you want more than one, bring some friends, then take theirs.)
On February 12th the Philadelphia Wings are playing against Buffalo Bandits at home, and it is PRESTON AND STEVE BOBBLE HEAD NIGHT! That is right, Preston And Steve are going to be BOBBLE HEADS. Click link for tickets!
The first 2,000 fans at the Wings home game on Sunday, February 12th will recieve a free Preston & Steve bobble head. Fans can also join The Preston & Steve Show at 2pm before the game at the Cure Insuarnce Club.
General admission doors open at 3pm. Game time is at 4pm.
We’ve unveiled the amount donated to Philabundance for this year’s CampOut for Hunger. 22 trailers = 576,000lbs = 3 full 747′s = 288 tons of food! To our loyal listeners, thank you for all of your donations and thank you for putting Philly first!
Yes, Preston & Steve actually live in an RV the entire week – thanks to White Horse RV in Williamstown, NJ for donating the use of the RV, and broadcast their show each morning from the Metroplex. Why? Because there are hungry people in the Delaware Valley in need of food. We’ve got some special events as well, listed below
You can make your donations on-location at the Campout for Hunger at The Metroplex Center in Plymouth Meeting, PA – a development of the Goldenberg Group. Donations for Campout for Hunger will be accepted from Monday, November 28th thru Friday, December 2nd (Monday- Thursday: 6am-8pm & Friday: 6am-10am). All donations benefit Philabundance – feeding the hungry of the Delaware Valley. Philabundance is always looking for volunteers. Get more info.
EXTREMELY LARGE DONATIONS REQUIRE ADVANCED NOTICE. i.e. if you have a donation on a tractor trailer, we’re open to welcoming you at the Metroplex, but we will NOT unload something that large, but rather, we’ll supply directions to the Philabundance Warehouse, where your donation will be weighed and reported to us. They are only open until 3pm, fyi.
Can’t make it out?
Click the ‘Donate Today‘ button on the right to make a monetary donation.
Each day, Monday thru Friday – all donors may register to win that day’s prize (one winner from all eligible entries will be selected each day [Monday thru Thursday between 8 and 9pm; Friday between 10 and 11am]. one entry per person, per day):
Monday: Two 16×24″ photo prints (1 is os Bon Jovi’s Birthday Concert at the Wells Fargo Center, March 2nd 2011 and the second is of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band at the Wachovia Center, October 5th, 2007), framed and matted by Coll’s Custom Framing in Conshohocken, both signed and dated by the photographer, Thomas Collins. Plus, a pair of tickets for a show and a photo pass to join Tom Collins as photographer for the show. Check out Tom’s Facebook page.
Tuesday: $100 gift card from Five Below, visit their new store in the Metroplex.
Wednesday: A one year membership, including tanning, at Retro Fitness
Thursday: A Pair of the new Dr. Dre Beats Studio Headphones (in Flyers Orange) and a Klipsch Sound Dock from Best Buy in the Metroplex.
Friday: A Slingbox. Watch TV from your computer or mobile device.
The Individual that donates the most food (by weight) each day, Monday thru Thursday (please note, the entire donation will be weighed on site and recorded. You will not be able to add to your donation once that weight is recorded)
Monday: A Flyers Balcony Suite for up to 20 people, January 19th vs the Islanders. Now available: Flyers Santa Sacks- includes tickets to a game of your choice, autographed item & more. Purchase @ PhiladelphiaFlyers.com
Tuesday: Ultimate Road Trip with the Philadelphia Soul: Travel for two on the team bus for the March 23rd game vs. Pittsburgh. 2 game tickets, hotel room, 2 “46” Plank jerseys, 2 hats, participate in team meal before the game, be on the field during pre-game warm-ups, and a Championship Ring if the Soul with the Arena Bowl in 2012.
Wednesday: Independence Helicopter Ride/Tour: “Best of Philly” helicopter tour operator Independence Helicopters presents a thrilling opportunity to see Philadelphia like you’ve never seen it before. You’ll feel like a jet setter as you and up to two friends or family members (3 passengers total) climb aboard a state-of-the-art Robinson R44 helicopter and buzz the Delaware River bridges, The Linc and CB Park, Boathouse Row, the Zoo, and The Philadelphia Museum of Art. You’ll enjoy birds-eye views of Philadelphia’s exclusive rooftop pools, penthouses and office suites. Flights are subject to change based on inclement weather forecasts. Passengers must weigh less than 300 lbs each. Northeast Philadelphia Airport is located at 9800 Ashton Road, Philadelphia, PA 19114. This tour is valued at $450, and valid until December 30, 2012. Thursday: Record Service for a year from Warner Brothers Records. (CD releases for 2012)
Thursday: Record Service for a year from Warner Brothers Records. (CD releases for 2012)
What can you Donate?
Here is a list of the most-needed non-perishable foods – Please choose products that are in boxes, cans or plastic bottles and that do not have to be refrigerated. Bread and baked goods are not suitable because of their short shelf life. Items should be recently purchased and in good condition.
Canned Shelf-stable tuna
Macaroni and Cheese
Canned Beef Stew
Creamy Peanut Butter
Canned Green Beans
Breakfast Cereal and Hot Cereal
We do accept volunteer help at Preston & Steve’s Camp Out For Hunger. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of ago or older. All you need to do is show up within the donation times listed above and go right to the small 10’ x 10’ white tent where all the collection bins are located. We do not take advanced day/ hour requests, it is simply open to all. Check in with someone from the MMaRmy, sign the book, complete a Release Form and you are all set. Please do so each day you are on site, so we can keep track.
Volunteers will be expected to assist donors in loading their food into collection bins. You will also need to ask donors if they are participating in any of the donation contests and if so, do they need their food weighed. If so, you will need to coordinate with an MMaRmy staff member to have that donor’s food weighed. Please do NOT attempt to answer any donors questions about prizes or how the contesting works, but rather, direct that donor to an MMaRmy staff member to have their question(s) answered.
There is some heavy lifting involved, as well as some wintry weather – so please be prepared, as we collect food in almost any weather condition. The only refreshments provided are those by the generous donations of local restaurants and businesses, so please feel free to take brakes when you are hungry, enjoy what is on site, bring your own food, or visit a local restaurant or store.
We are very appreciative of all the help and volunteer hours that we receive for this event, and we absolutely could not do it without you. See you there. YOU GUYS ROCK!
Light The Night Walk is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s annual fundraising walk to pay tribute and bring hope to people battling cancer. Hundreds of thousands of participants raise funds for lifesaving research and patient services.
For more than 60 years, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) has been solely focused on people with blood cancers. Presently, we have more than $250 million committed to research across the United States and in ten other countries. Every dollar is provided by concerned donors. We invest in the best, outcome based science:
Anywhere, with no geographic or institutional boundaries
Without profit incentive
To meet unmet Medicare needs of people with blood cancers
And LLS funded advances are helping patients beyond those for whom they were originally developed, including people with solid tumors and auto-immune diseases. In the past decade, nearly 50% (19 put of 39) of the cancer drugs approved by the FDA were approved as treatments for blood cancer patients. Twelve are already approved for people beyond those for whom they were first developed. With your help, we are saving lives.
A donation of $25 provides patients and their loved ones with FREE booklets that contain up-to-date information on their disease and help them make informed decisions about their treatment options.
A donation of $50 makes possible a Family Support group with a trained facilitator where comfort can be found and experiences can be shared among patients and family members.
A donation of $100 helps supply laboratory researchers with supplies and materials critical to carrying out their search for cures.
A donation of $1,000 makes possible one- on-one conversations with health care specialists who provide patients with information about their disease, treatment options, and helps prepare them with questions for their health care team.
Please join our team’s effort today by registering to walk or by making a donation. Your participation in the Light The Night Walk will help save lives. Be sure to check our team Web site frequently to see our progress, and thanks for your support!
CLICK HERE TO DONATE
Greater Media-Philadelphia announces that Preston & Steve have signed a new multi- year contract with Rock WMMR/Philadelphia. The new pact ensures the market’s top rated morning show will celebrate their 10 year anniversary on ‘MMR. The duo has held wake-up duties at the station since May of 2005.
“WMMR, hands down, has the coolest staff I’ve ever worked with,” says morning show ring leader Preston Elliot. “I’m excited to remain in the family of a Philadelphia treasure.”
Co-host Steve Morrison adds, “We’re ecstatic to extend our relationship with Greater Media not only for the joy that is being a part of a legendary station like WMMR, but also because we may now continue our extensive research into eradicating avian influenza.”
In the four years since Arbitron’s upgrade to monthly PPM ratings in Philadelphia, The Preston and Steve Show has won the #1 slot a total of 42 times in the advertiser coveted 25-54 adult demographic.
““I’ve never seen a morning show at this level of success continue to work as hard at embracing fans, supporting clients, prepping for each show, hosting hundreds of events all while remaining the nicest and most fun people you could ever work with,” said John Fullam, Market Vice President/General Manager of Greater Media-Philadelphia.
The six-member team of the Preston and Steve Show anchors ‘MMR, which recently marked 43 years in the Rock radio format in April and is highlighted in the current issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
Created by Cinema Alliance, Undivided: The Preston and Steve Experience:
Told from the point-of-view of a fan, this documentary provides a behind-the-scenes look at morning radio with one show in particular as the centerpiece – The Preston and Steve Show on 93.3FM WMMR in Philadelphia, PA.
Taking over a year to shoot, this film includes interviews with the talented air team of Preston and Steve, coverage of their live events and celebrity guests such as Stephen Lynch and Chris Hardwick. Fans of the show are highlighted as Preston and Steve have a wildly devoted fan base that is not afraid to go to extremes to show just how much they love this show.
Undivided features an incredible soundtrack with a number of international acts contributing that includes The Bacon Brothers (featuring Kevin Bacon), Karma To Burn, Octane, The Niki Barr Band and Dredded.