Shelby is the assistant brand manager and afternoon host on 94.3 The X. She was born in Florida, but has lived in Colorado since '97, via Wyoming. (The first one was too hot, and the second one was too cold, but this one is just right.) She became a Ram in 2009, and has lived in Fort Collins since. Shelby’s favorite places in Northern Colorado are Rollerland skating rink, Surfside 7 (best pizza in Fort Collins, change her mind), and when she needs a change of scenery, Shelby enjoys all of the open space we have north of town. You can listen to Afternoons with Shelby every weekday from 3-7 p.m. on 94.3 The X.
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