Tim Brashier Campus Partners With His Radio’s ‘Show After The Show’
Posted on: March 12, 2021
Tigerville, SC (May 17, 2019) His Radio 89.3 has begun taping “Show After The Show” with Rob Dempsey at the North Greenville University (NGU) Tim Brashier Campus in Greer.
“Show After The Show” is a video web series that highlights interviews from local business leaders, authors, and pastors. “Show After The Show” can be found on the His Radio website and Facebook page.
Before recording on the Tim Brashier Campus, “Show After The Show” utilized His Radio offices located on Wade Hampton Blvd, but they quickly realized they would need more space.
Dr. Tony Beam, director of church and community engagement for the Tim Brashier Campus and co-host of Christian Talk on 92.9 FM, made the original connection between His Radio and NGU. Another connection to the university is Dempsey’s daughter Amanda, who is a 2018 NGU marketing alumna.
Early in February, “Show After The Show” moved into a space on the Tim Brashier Campus. NGU and His Radio, Christian education and Christian radio, form a seamless partnership; both are striving to share the message of Christ.
“They have been fabulous to work with,” said Justin Pitts, Tim Brashier Campus director and director of adult graduate admissions.
Pitts shared how NGU has had a great relationship with His Radio for a long time, but now having “The Show After The Show” using the Greer campus has only helped to fuel that relationship.
“It has been exciting having different folks on our campus,” said Pitts. Guests from “Show After The Show” might be interested in a program that the Tim Brashier campus offers, and the same is true in reverse, students might be interested in connecting with a guest from the show. Taping the show has also helped to spread the word about the Tim Brashier Campus at Greer.
Photo: From Left: His Radio “Show After The Show” Host Rob Dempsey interviews NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., on Monday, May 13.
Article written by NGU Communications Intern Hannah Hurst (expected ’19).