Denise Lee – Senior Account Executive
Denise has been in the marketing and advertising field for over 16 years, with a first love of radio and a background in print. In her 13 plus years at Basin Radio Network and Legend Communications of Wyoming, she has had the opportunity to make many friends in clients and co-workers. In her position at the company, she has been blessed with the ability to help raise needed funds to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Denise’s favorite thing to do is spend time with her family. Camping, fishing and cooking is where you will find her when not in the office. Denise makes amazing enchiladas, and is happy to share her recipe! Just ask!
Kathy Paxton – Senior Account Executive
Born in the Florida Panhandle, Kathy moved to Ten Sleep where her grandparents homesteaded when she was in high school. Kathy has since been a resident of Campbell County for more than 15 years. Family is the most important thing (unless you include her chickens and dogs) and she still believes in Sunday dinners. She is a blended mom to 5 kids (and their spouses), Jake (Crystal), Samm (Kyle), Kris, Codi (Danny), and Dylan, and “Grammy” to 6: Jayden, Kayson, Kyloah, Jaylee, Lorena, & Lorenzo. And she can’t not include her ‘other half’ and best friend Jeff who makes life better daily.
Kathy loves the outdoors and everything included in it, but camping, riding 4 wheelers, fishing, and hunting are her favorites. Fully believing that there is no bad time to go camping. Winter time finds her watching sappy movies that she feels could never be watched too many times like “We are Marshall”, “Remember the Titans”, “Pretty Woman” and “Mrs. Doubtfire”. Can you ever get enough of Euphegenia? Not unless you are spending time with Forrest.
The best advice I could give is to “buy the glitter”. Life is short and we should live it to the fullest. You never know what will happen tomorrow, so live your life and don’t let it pass you by. In my case, I bought the glitter and then looked for a support group.
Connie Harvey – Account Executive
Connie is from Washington state and came to Gillette in 1985 to spend the summer with her big brothers. That summer turned into 12 years before she decided to move back to Washington to be closer to family that had moved back there. Connie became a grandma to Autumn in 2016 and Brody 2017 so in 2018 she decided it was time to move back to Gillette to be closer to her daughter and beautiful grand babies.
Connie has always been in the customer service/sales field and she is looking forward to getting to know the Gillette community and working for Basin Radio Network. She loves all kinds of Music, dancing, camping, going to the lake, playing darts, pool and spending time with family and friends.
Nicole Peters – Account Executive
Nicole was raised in Jackson, Wyoming and is an alumni of Jackson Hole High School (1999). She worked an exciting career in the Food & Beverage Industry, but needed a more relaxing lifestyle to raise her daughter, Paeyton. Nicole and Paeyton moved to Gillette in November of 2018. Nicole loves to do most things people from Wyoming like to do, including camping, fishing, dancing, making large bonfires, and sharing stories around them. She is very excited to be part of the Basin Radio Network. She looks forward to getting to know more people here and making Gillette her home.
Dylan Balstad – Account Executive
Dylan is a born and bred Wyoming-ite with the last four years spent in Gillette. Dylan’s job history consists of latching pipe on a work-over rig to being a front of house manager at one of Wyoming’s best restaurants and everything in between. This is his first time working in radio sales, but he is excited to become interwoven into the fabric of this community by building relationships with Gillette’s local businesses.
When Dylan isn’t at work he is with his family, long-time girlfriend Sam, daughter Audrey and his two dogs, Brutus and Baylee. They enjoy cuddling up and binge watching their favorite TV shows, enjoying the nice weather in Gillette by hanging outside grilling up anything they can and supporting anything associated with THE Ohio State Buckeyes. They don’t care if it is underwater basket weaving, as long as the Buckeyes are competing, The Balstads are watching it.
Dylan looks forward to working with area businesses to help grow their business.