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Bonaire...is that some type of organic air freshener?  No, it's an island off the coast of Venezuela.  It's also the strategic location for one of TWR's most powerful transmitters. 

Click here to learn more about TWR's outreach from Bonaire

(Photo of Dick Veldman, Technical Director for TWR-Bonaire)