Donation is a real page-turner
Celebrating 25 years on the air, Kimberly Bailey Tureaud, longtime host of “Enterprising People” on KCEP, donates more than 2,000 books to the Clark County Library District.
To mark a quarter-century of hosting and executive-producing “Enterprising People” on KCEP 88.1 FM, Kimberly Bailey Tureaud has donated over 2,000 books on business to the Clark County Library District.
The collection had previously been used on the popular broadcast, as guests — which have included renowned authors, CEOs and other business leaders — customarily provide their books to Bailey Tureaud in advance of their scheduled interviews.
Running the gamut from business development to personal financial literacy, the book donation “would not have been possible without the support for ‘Enterprising People’ throughout the years from such sponsors as Southern Nevada Water Authority, Caesars Entertainment, KCEP 88.1 FM and Las Vegas Black Image Magazine,” said Bailey Tureaud.
She added: “Each and every year, our radio show sponsors give ‘Enterprising People’ economic sustainability. We understand that economic empowerment comes from many resources and educational tools. We hope that the community enjoys and benefits from this donation — and is inspired while reading and learning in the Clark County Library District.”