A very popular Atlanta talk-show host and nationally syndicated radio personality, Neil Boortz, has decided to retire. He does a daily show on the 'mother ship' WSB radio 750 AM and 95.5 FM. He is an avid RVer and for years was a radio spokesman for the now out of business John Bleakley Motorhomes in the Atlanta and Macon area. Boortz will retire on Jan 21 of next year and hit the road to see the nation in a Prevost motor coach, equipped with equipment that will allow him to substitute, from anywhere on the road, for the guy who is taking his place. You may have heard of him also, one-time republican presidential candidate and Atlanta area resident, Herman Cain.
Boortz exit will leave a big hole in much of every day for those who listen to his show and really don't care for modern rock and country and sports talk shows.
Good luck Neil, after 40 odd years behind the microphone you deserve retirement and being able to sleep as late as you want to. We will miss you but maybe we can see you on the road and have an adult beverage or two. Be safe. Good roads and light traffic to you.