Everyone dreams of what they want to be when they grow up and Lucky Larry is living out his childhood dream. He has been an air personality for over 25 years -- playing hit music, informing his community on breaking news/events, and interacting with listeners. A weird thing about Lucky Larry is he enjoys a big tub of movie theater buttered popcorn, but he rarely watches movies at theaters or on TV -- so don't ask him to quote movie lines. People sometimes make fun of this, but he's accepted that. A big believer in children and children's healthcare, Lucky Larry is a champion for Children's Miracle Network. For over 25 years he has helped raise over a million dollars for children's healthcare to benefit children and families in local communities. Among the things that he loves to do are: ride roller coasters - the bigger and faster the better; white water rafting while on vacation; or snowmobiling if there's plenty of snow.
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