Dave Roberts is the Brand Manager of ESPN 102.3/AM 1000 KSOO. Dave came to Sioux Falls in 1989. Dave began his radio career in 1976 at his hometown radio station while in high school and radio has been fun ever since. In 2007 Dave was awarded Broadcaster of the Year by the South Dakota Broadcasters Association. His voice is heard in several Townsquare Media markets across the country. Always on the lookout for fine dining, Dave enjoys writing and talking about cooking, food, and what South Dakota has to offer.
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