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Ramsey Packs in Fans For KXNT Vegas

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Ramsey Packs in Fans For KXNT Vegas 5-8-15 
Syndicated talker Dave Ramsey presented his Smart Money event in Las Vegas last night at the Canyon Ridge Christian Church, an event hosted by affiliate News Radio KXNT. CBS Vegas VP of Programming Cat Thomas said, ?Dave has become a staple in growing our talk audience on the FM Dial. Dave is positive, upbeat, real and listeners get that." Ramsey talked about how to win with money, strengthen marriages and lead your children with confidence. Financial expert and speaker Chris Hogan joined Ramsey on stage.



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