KCBX Sponsors

KCBX appreciates our sponsors who support this station by underwriting our programs. Please support them by using their services and products. When you do, please thank them for supporting KCBX.

To learn more about becoming a KCBX sponsor, contact Marty Gale at 805-549-8855, or email martygale@kcbx.org

Below is a collection of current underwriting spots you can hear on KCBX throughout the day (in no particular order).  View a simplified list of underwriters here.

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Support for KCBX comes from Hospice of San Luis Obispo County, offering confidential and professional grief counseling to anyone coping with a life-threatening illness or the death of a loved one.  Learn more at HospiceSLO.org

Support comes from Ocean Heir, a fashion boutique in the Garden Shed courtyard on Main Street in Cambria.  You can schedule a personal shopping date for clothing, jewelry, vintage items, and gifts.  Learn more at Ocean Heir Estate Company . com.

Support comes from Ebb & Flow, an oceanfront boutique on Moonstone Beach in Cambria.  Private VIP shopping appointments are now available for apparel, home decor, local arts, books, and more.  You can find them at Ebb and Flow Oceanfront . com.

Support comes from the Hotel San Luis Obispo, a modern urban resort that embodies the essence of SLO – it’s both a destination and an experience. Learn more at Hotel dash S L O dot com.

Support comes from Executive Chef Ryan Fancher’s restaurant, Piadina*, at Hotel San Luis Obispo, featuring casual farm-fresh fare from morning to night. Learn more at Hotel dash S L O dot com.

Long Time supporter Joel Diringer and Associates encourages you to donate to local immigrant families who are severely impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.  Learn more at SLOundocusupport.org

Support for KCBX comes from Bayside Martial Arts in Los Osos.  They now offer online lessons in Tai Chi, fall prevention and Escrima* for mind and body.  Learn more at Bayside Martial Arts . com, serving the community since 2004.

Support comes from Caliwala Market & Deli of Santa Margarita - specializing in natural groceries and freshly-made foods.  Caliwala is now open daily for walk-in and curbside pickup from 8 to 8.  Find them on social media and at C A L I W A L A .com

Support comes from Apropos, a ladies clothing boutique. They are happy to be back open 11:00 to 4:00, Monday through Saturday.  Locally owned and operated Apropos, on Morro Street in downtown San Luis Obispo, has fashion for women just like you.

Support comes from Community Programs at Cuesta College, announcing the 33rd year of College for Kids has gone online. Now you can bring their youth programs to your home this summer. Details are at Cuesta . E D U / Community Programs.

Support for KCBX comes from Water Wise City of Santa Barbara, encouraging residnets to inspect and repair their sprinklers this spring.  Learn more at Santa Barbara CA . gov / Water Wise.

Support comes from “Nourish”, the J and R Meats boxed meat club, featuring grass-fed beef, pasture-raised pork, and free-range chicken, on a monthly or quarterly schedule. You can sign up online at J R Meats . com, or by calling 805-237-8100.

Support for KCBX comes from Budget Cafe at 3121 South Higuera in San Luis Obispo.  They are open for breakfast and lunch with take-out and dine-in service from 8:00 to 2:00 daily.  Their menu is at Budget Cafe SLO . com.  You can place your order by calling 805-543-5024.

Support comes from your two independent bookstores, which are still here to meet your needs: Volumes of Pleasure in Los Osos and Coalesce in Morro Bay. They are taking orders over the phone with curbside pick up and delivery service. You can find them on Facebook, Instagram, and on the web.

Support comes from Splash Cafe, with curbside pickup and delivery from 8:00 to 7:00 in San Luis Obispo, and 10:00 to 7:00 in Pismo Beach.  You can order from their menus at Splash Cafe . com.  Plus flour, yeast, and other baking items are available.

Support comes San Luis Obispo Classical Academy, providing a liberal arts education with hands-on math and science. They are now enrolling for fall at all levels, preschool through high school and infant care. Learn more at S L O Classical . org.

Support for KCBX comes from Canzona Women's Ensemble - bringing the power, passion, and joy of women's voices to the Central Coast.  Learn more about San Luis Obispo's county-wide, all-women's choral ensemble at CanzonaWomen.org

Support comes from Rancho Olivos, reminding you to 'wear your green on the inside' by using their fresh local extra virgin olive oil in your spring recipes.  You can visit them in Morro Bay on the Embarcadero or online at RanchoOlivos.com

Support for KCBX comes from Heart to Heart Real Estate in Paso Robles, giving back to the community at the close of your escrow with a donation to a local charity of your choosing. Learn more at Heart to Heart Real Estate . com.

Support comes from Doctor Charlotte Milch and Brightwood Dental in Atascadero, offering exams and cleanings for all ages, cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign, and implant restorations. You can learn more or book online at Brightwood Dental.com.

Support comes from Brightwood Dental in Atascadero, where Doctor Charlotte Milch and her team strive to provide every patient with a gentle, calming dental experience. You can learn more or book online at Brightwood Dental.com.

Support for KCBX comes from Merry Maids of San Luis Obispo.  Merry Maids can do the dirty work of cleaning your home.  Information available at (805) 542-9400.

Support for KCBX comes from The Plant Lady--providing interior plants and service to Central Coast Businesses for over 25 years. For more information the number is (805) 541-2411 OR plant lady s-l-o dot com.

Support for KCBX comes from Niner Wine Estates, a proud supporter of Must Charities.  Must uses an investment-minded approach to address social issues across San Luis Obispo County.  You, too, can be a Must Charities partner.  Learn more at must charities . org.

Support for KCBX comes from Morin Brothers Automotive, where the safety, reliability, and economy of your car comes first.  Appointments at (805) 541-2407.

Thanks to the Avila Beach Foundation for supporting the operation and maintenance of our Avila Beach Transmitter at 90.9 FM.  Learn more at Avila Beach Foundation . org.

Support comes from Ultrex, a Central Coast copier company.  Ultrex owner Grant Berkefeld is a supporter of KCBX, who invites you to call him for all your copier needs at 805-783-1234.  Learn more at Ultrex.net.

Support for KCBX is provided by the Dental Office of Doctor Pam Dassenko (duh-SANK-oh) and Doctor Carrie Ramirez in San Luis Obispo. More information is available at SLO Coast Dentist . com.

Support for KCBX comes from SLO five one one.org, offering on-line commuter information services including the latest traffic and road conditions, public transportation, and commute costs calculators.  Know before you go at SLO five one one.org*.

Support comes from SEMMES & COMPANY BUILDERS, building award-winning custom homes and green remodels for the Central Coast since 1978.  You can see their portfolio of sustainable homes at S-E-M-M-E-S-C-O dot com.

Support comes from San Miguel Mercantile.  Their store is temporarily closed, but they’re taking phone orders for Baker Creek, Peacefull Valley and Territorial Seeds, potting soil and Black Diamond Vermicompost*. 805-975-6996.  They will deliver curbside.