KNEWS 94.3 host David Wilson is the 2012 DHS Holiday Parade Grand Marshall of Healing Waters.


DHS, CA.– After four years without a city parade to ring in the holidays, the Desert Hot Springs Holiday Parade is back. On Dec. 15, 2012, Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs at 11:00 a.m. will be filled with the sights and sounds of marching bands, beautifully decorated floats and celebrities. 94.3 Knew’s Radio Host, David Wilson is the 2012 DHS Holiday Parade Grand Marshall of Healing Waters.

David Wilson’s public speaking career began in high school where he was an award-winning orator and debater. David went on to compete in speech and debate at Pepperdine University’s Malibu campus, where he eventually taught and coached forensics.

While studying at the university, David was recruited by multiple political candidates to speak in the media and on college and high school campuses.

Upon graduation, David founded an advertising and marketing firm that eventually became one of the most recognized in Southern California. The agency worked with a wide range of businesses and organizations but is probably best know for creating a landmark campaign to help bring about economic recovery in the wake of 911. At that time, David frequently presented his ideas about economic and emotional recovery to many major business and political leaders throughout the state.

David has been involved in radio and television, in one form or another, for decades. David has hosted a variety of radio programs and often appears as the emcee of festivals, public events and fundraisers. His quick wit and infectious personality keep him in high demand by those eager to keep the crowd engaged. David decided to make the desert his home early last year after making endless visits to the region. As the host of 94.3 KNews afternoons, David brings his never-ending curiosity and fascination of people from all walks of life together with listeners to have a well rounded dialogue every weekday.


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