Program Director Eddie Fury brings with him over 25 years of experience in the broadcast industry. After graduating high school in 1989 and serving in the United State Marine Corps, Eddie worked in several top positions at WSGR 93.1 FM while attending St. Clair County Community College. An internship at WRXF and WLSP in the Flint/Lapeer market led to a full time, on-air gig on WRXF 103.1, or ‘Radio X.’ It was there that Eddie met broadcast veterans Tony Labrie and Carl Coffey, who helped further his knowledge and expertise in radio. In 2005, Eddie found himself at Thumb Broadcasting in Bad Axe, at WLEW 1340-AM and 102.1-FM, where he worked for over 14 years as a top on-air talent. Area listeners might also remember Eddie as the brains behind the sports webcast network ‘Thumb Tailgater Sports,’ which is now entering its tenth year. Eddie had always hoped for and envisioned himself at Sanilac Broadcasting, so he was excited when the opportunity came knocking at his door. You can hear him live on The Morning Fury weekday mornings from 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. and weekday afternoons on Swap Shop, from 1:10 to 2:00 p.m.