Dom Testa

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People generally want a morning radio show to make them laugh, give them interesting things to think (and talk) about, and to include some stimulating games. Sadly, The Dom and Jeremy Show does none of that. Kidding! It’s only been Denver’s favorite morning show for more than twenty years for ALL of those reasons!

Fun topics, lots of listener interaction, and the most popular radio contest in the world, The Mindbender. Entire families have grown up listening every weekday morning. You should, too.

Check this out. When Dom became the host of the morning show on Mix 100, Bill Clinton had only been president for a week. That means he’s about to celebrate 25 years of dragging out of bed at an inhuman hour to have fun on the radio. Dom is also a writer, with fifteen published books. He’s written for kids, teens, and adults, and even had a #1 bestseller. Additionally, he’s a much-sought-after speaker, and has given fun, informative keynotes in front of tens of thousands of people. On top of everything else, he makes the best spaghetti sauce in Colorado, and has kept a ficus tree alive for 26 years.
   

Dom's Blogs

Review: 2019 Volkswagen Arteon

You’ve heard of gateway drugs and gateway tech. Get ready for the gateway luxury car. Volkswagen has dabbled in the luxury sandbox in the past, with only a smattering of success. Now they’re back with a vengeance, proudly showing off a car that’s a little bit sedan, a little bit hatchback, and a good dose…Continue Reading

Review: 2020 BMW X3

Here’s something that stood out to me when I sat down to write this review of the BMW X3. You can find a starting MSRP of about $42,000. The version I drove came in at more than $82,000. I’d say you have choices. And here’s the cool thing: All of those choices will be good,…Continue Reading

Review: 2020 Chevrolet Equinox Premier

The Chevrolet Equinox made its debut for the 2005 model year as a mid-size SUV before eventually dropping down in weight class to become a compact crossover. The results have been pretty stellar throughout the journey. In fact, last year Chevy sold more units of the Equinox than ever before, approaching 350,000. It’s a hit.…Continue Reading

Review: 2019 Toyota Prius XLE

Toyota chose the name Prius, which is Latin for “first,” or “original,” and it’s appropriate. The Prius was the first mass-produced hybrid vehicle in the world, rolling off the assembly line in Japan in 1997. Three years later it was introduced to America, where it has almost become the face of the entire hybrid segment.…Continue Reading

Review: 2019 Jeep Cherokee Limited

Back in the early 1970s an executive at Jeep had a brilliant idea: Take the struggling Wagoneer (Google it) and create an offshoot. Thus was born a creature called the Jeep Cherokee. Ten years later, when the second generation appeared with a few alterations, it spawned a whole new category in the automotive world. The…Continue Reading

Review: 2019 Mazda6

The biggest question I have regarding this car is: Why isn’t there a space between Mazda and 6? When I write Mazda6 it looks like I’m either screwing up or just too lazy to hit the space bar. The company, based in Hiroshima, Japan, will celebrate its 100th birthday in late January. Some of us…Continue Reading

Review: 2019 Honda Civic Touring

The venerable Honda Civic will be celebrating its 50th birthday in just a couple of years. It burst upon the world as a two-door subcompact car, and over the years has gradually grown in size. It walks the tightrope now between compact and mid-size (with the couple in the former category). Through its evolution, however,…Continue Reading

Review: 2019 Hyundai Kona Ultimate

For a small SUV that’s only been around for two years, the Kona sure has piled up the awards and the love. That includes the North American Utility Vehicle of the Year, an award bestowed by automotive journalists. And this is for a vehicle that can be yours for well under $30k. For years I’ve…Continue Reading

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