As the end of 2018 approaches, the In Wheel Time brand has had a great year, with a lot of fun, making a lot of new friends, and learning a few things along the way.
We always look forward to the New Year as it means another beginning, another opportunity to improve, another opportunity to reach the next level. This year we are particularly excited about our new beginning for 2019 – on the next LIVE! episode of In Wheel Time, this Saturday, January 5, 2019 we will begin broadcasting on ESPN 97.5 FM Houston! Along with a new channel, we will also be at a new time – LIVE! From 12noon – 2pm.
With the additional broadcast strength of the ESPN affiliate that reaches from Brookshire across Houston to Beaumont – Conroe to Galveston, In Wheel Time will be able to serve even more automotive enthusiast. Each week we will continue to have our studio guest, our phone interviews with the movers and shakers in the industry, as well as new vehicle reviews to go along with automotive headlines … all this and much more, LIVE! every Saturday on ESPN 97.5 Houston!
To keep up with a mobile world, we will also be heard on the ESPN 97.5 Houston app, available from the App Store, as well as from InWheelTime.com, and we will continue to stream our video on our Facebook LIVE! page. Even our remote broadcasts during the year at National and area automotive events will be streamed LIVE!.
We want to thank you for your support during 2018, and we are looking forward to another great year in 2019…
We invite you to come along for the ride with In Wheel Time…
Have a great, safe, and Happy New Year from the In Wheel Time Crew
Jim is an automotive and outdoor lifestyle journalist living in the Texas Hill Country. A journalist by education, he took the long way around though retail operations, business management, manufacturing and supply chain operations that kept him in touch with his automotive interests.
Jim achieves his journalist goals by creating and contributing product reviews, industry news and feature content for electronic and print publications. Jim’s personal ride is a 2008 Inferno Red Chrysler Crossfire Roadster with just 22,000 miles on it.