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Tom Hutyler /ˈhʌtlər/ is a Seattle, Washington radio personality and, since 1987, the public address announcer for the Seattle Mariners. Hutyler is also currently a sports reporter and news anchor for KOMO. Hutyler began his radio career in 1976 in Spokane, Washington, where he was born.[ citation needed ] A year later he relocated to Seattle to join the on-air staff at KJR (AM), and a few years later Hutyler helped launch KUBE to prominence as a Top 40 station.[ citation needed ] While at KUBE Hutyler wrote and produced a video tribute to the city of Seattle.[ citation needed ] He has worked for various Seattle stations in addition to those just mentioned, including KVI and KLSY.[ citation needed ] In 2018, he wrote and sang a song saluting Washington State University quarterback Gardner Minshew, titled "The Mississippi Mustache" which garnered over 55,000 YouTube Views.[ citation needed ]

In 2001, the Akron Beacon Journal referred to Hutyler as the "Voice of God".[ citation needed ]

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