If you would like to take part in this celebration, you may call in a birthday greeting for Connie Francis to be aired during the tribute. From within the United States, dial toll-free 877-577-2630 Option 4. International callers may dial 540-288-4001 Option 4. Listeners can also send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, that will be read on-air. All messages will be aired as time permits; phone lines are open now and will be open throughout the day of the broadcast.
In addition, Baltimore Net Radio will be giving away CDs of Francis's music along with DVDs of her iconic films; "Where The Boys Are," "Follow The Boys," "Looking For Love," and "When The Boys Meet The Girls." Trivia questions relative to Francis's career will be asked at the top and bottom of each hour and, based on a live call-in award system, the winners will be announced.
As of late, Francis is widely involved in some very interesting and diverse projects. Of greatest importance and passion is that of helping returning American Veterans of war. Francis is the national spokeswoman for Mental Health America's S.T.A.R. Campaign (Stress, Trauma, Awareness and Recovery), an important national campaign to raise awareness of what veterans are facing every day of their lives. Additionally, another highly anticipated, recently penned autobiography "Among My Souvenirs: The Real Story" has fans anxiously awaiting its release which is imminent.
Baltimore Net Radio continues to host a weekly Connie Francis hour titled "A Visit with Connie Francis" every Thursday at 3pm NYT with rebroadcasts as per program schedule. Francis participates regularly with question and answer segments and often will call in just to update her fans and our listeners.