Ronnie The Limo Driver Featured In The New York Post

A feature on how Howard Stern’s driver became a radio star

February 29, 2016
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The Stern Show’s own Ronnie “The Limo Driver” Mund was featured in the New York Post recently after writer Michael Kaplan spent some time up at the studio getting to the bottom of what makes the “profane, gaudily tattooed Queens native” tick.

Check out a sample below and head over the the NY Post for the full article.

“Mund, a profane, gaudily tattooed Queens native, first began driving for Stern in ’86, when he was hired to take the shock jock to Connecticut for a meeting. It was supposed to be a one-off gig, but Stern took a liking to Mund and hired him as a full-time driver — and occasional on-air personality. Over the decades, Mund, 66, has grown into something of a cult figure with fans, he says, including Bradley Cooper, Jason Statham and Larry David. Last summer, he drove the pace car at a NASCAR race.”

How Howard Stern’s Driver Became A Radio Star (NY Post)

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