About the Fort Not Lost
in the Woods Podcast

About the Show

Due to Fort Leonard Wood’s location In the middle of nowhere USA, over the years it has jokingly been called Fort Lost in the Woods. But the joke is on those who don’t take time to learn what the beautiful area surrounding the military installation, has to offer.

The Fort NOT Lost in the Woods Podcast discusses everything from the history of the area, to where you can find the best burger. Learn about the hidden treasures of Pulaski County and surrounding areas as we show you how NOT lost in the woods Fort Leonard Wood actually is.

Host Tracy O’Quinn has lived in the area for ?? years and has gotten to know many of the important people and places around Fort Leonard Wood. She’ll be your guide and show you all of the amazing reasons it’s a great place to call home!

Host Tracy O'Quinn

Tracy O’Quinn began her radio career in 1995 as the overnight DJ in her hometown of Lebanon, Mo. Hard work, dedication, and passion allowed her to work her way up to Music Director and a highly rated afternoon show.

Tracy moved to Mornings on a Country station in Rolla, Mo and also gave local TV a try before landing at KFLW in St. Robert, Mo as Operations Manager in 2001. She was soon promoted to GM, overseeing a four station radio cluster and a newspaper.

On her watch, Ozark Media placed a huge emphasis on donating time to community and military organizations, raising money for local charities, and donating thousands of coats to area families.

In 2018 Tracy decided to follow her dream of helping Small Businesses achieve their marketing goals, and O’Quinn Marketing, a full service Marketing Agency was born. 

After two decades in radio, Tracy tackled the uncharted waters of podcasting by creating The Tracy O Show. With the success of that show, she has now created the Fort Not Lost in the Woods Podcast to highlight the great features of Pulaski County, Waynesville, Saint Robert, and Ft. Leonard Wood.

Tracy brings her wit, charm and bubbly personality to the show, while inviting the audience to “ride shotgun” and come along for the ride. Family is extremely important to Tracy, who is married with two children, and four step children.

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