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GraphicAudio Fan Buzz with Local Delivery Driver Larry Koonce

GraphicAudio Fan Buzz with Local Delivery Driver Larry Koonce
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Fan Buzz With Larry Koonce:

What is your occupation?
Local LTL P&D Driver

What are you doing while listening?
Planing my next delivery stop.

What are your favorite GA Titles?
Deathlands titles: Freedom Lost, Stone Faces, The Mars Arena and Dark Carnival.

Who are your favorite voice actors or characters?
Ryan Cawdor and Jack.

What are some of your hobbies?
I like nascar and going to the movies.

Where do you purchase GraphicAudio?
Online and listen on my GraphicAudio Access App.

Listen to a sample and purchase a title from one of his Favorite series on our site:

GraphicAudio DEATHLANDS by James Axler

Ruled by a perverse and malevolent Nature, roamed by lawless remnants of humanity, the Deathlands is what's left of the continental U.S. after a nuclear apocalypse unleashed hell on earth. Here, only a few can survive and still retain hope for the future, and of these, none are more determined than the exiled son of a coastal baron and his closely knit band of warrior survivalists.

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Survey If you would like to participate in GraphicAudio Fan Buzz, then please fill out the questionnaire at the link below. You can also submit a picture of youself listening to GraphicAudio or just a photo of youself doing something fun.

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