Career Achievement Inductee

Vic Aderhold

As a teenager in Atlanta during the 1950's, Vic grew up listening to the likes of Bob McKee, Johnny Murray, Bill Drake, Paul Drew, Hank “The Prank” Morgan, John “The Farmer's Boy”, Bob “Cousin Lem” Corley and others. He wanted to be like them, on the radio and people listening to him. Aderholt’s dream came true. He was a jock at WAKE, WQXI and WPLO. After spending three years in the U. S. Army, he got into radio sales, sales management and spent 15 years as a general manager in Oklahoma, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida.  He owns Vic Aderhold Concepts.

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