Boise's KISS FM gets more than 2,000 cyclers for child abuse awareness event

Boise - The Idaho StatesmanApril 26, 2014 

More than 2,000 volunteers rode stationary bikes that powered "Live for 175" — 103.5 KSAS' seventh annual 175-hour broadcast this week to raise awareness of child abuse.

Steve Kicklighter, known to listeners as Morning Show Host Keke Luv, broadcast live for the entire event, which began at 10 a.m. April 18. He fielded calls from listeners "sharing  their personal stories of abuse, survival and advocacy for others to stand up against child abuse," according to a KISS FM news release. 

The show even got a shout-out from pop singer Demi Lovato, who mentioned it on Twitter.

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