Addie Broyles

is creating Class Reunion: The Podcast

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If you've ever wanted to buy me a coffee or show some love for an Instagram video you liked, this is the level for you. You'll get access to bonus content about "Class Reunion: The Podcast" and updates about its launch date.
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At this level, you'll get bonus content about the podcast and life growing up in the Show Me State, and I'll also either give you a shout out or you can give a classmate a shout out in one of the 20 episodes, which debuts in June 2021. 

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About Addie Broyles

Hey, everybody, it's Addie Broyles, a writer, podcaster, quilter and tarot card reader in Austin, Texas. 

I've written about food, family and cooking as a columnist for the Austin American-Statesman since 2008.

Way back in 2001, I was a cub reporter working at The Aurora Advertiser, my hometown newspaper in Southwest Missouri. My class graduated right before Sept. 11. Our 20th class reunion is supposed to be this summer.

Ahead of (hopefully) reuniting with my classmates in person, I'm having one-on-one conversations with them to find out how growing up in a small town shaped the following 20 years of their lives. 

You can hear those conversations on "Class Reunion: The Podcast," which launches this summer. 

This is where you come in! If you're a classmate and want to be on the show or have a business and want to sponsor the show, let me know at [email protected]

If you're a fan of the idea, throw a few bucks in the tip jar. That will help get the show off the ground, plus you'll get access to bonus content about growing up in this unique place.

If you sign up for Team Legacy, you'll get shout outs in the podcast!

This is a great way to leave a message for a former classmate you miss or want to tease about That One Time. 

I had so much fun at my 10th class reunion, and I'm already looking forward to this one, especially after the year we've had.

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