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Star 94.5 (WCFB)
Hello Star 94.5: Can you please advertise the following information on your radio show: The Daytona Beach Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will host a free Community Shred Event on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 9am - 1pm at Mainland High School, located at 1255 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL. The purpose of this free Shredding Event is to offer a convenient opportunity for members of our community to come together and safely shred their sensitive documents. This event will help citizens take steps toward “Going Green”, promoting a safer and greener community for people to live, while raising awareness of the importance of information security and preventing identity theft. In addition, the mobile shredding truck at shred events conveniently allow for participants to watch their documents being shredded, providing extra peace of mind that document security is still a chief priority at a community shredding event. **Special Thank You to Our Financial Sponsors: Mayor Derrick L. Henry, Police Chief Craig Capri, City Commissioners: Paula Reed, Dannette Henry & Robert A. Gilliland, and Quanitas Studio, as well as the faculty and staff of Mainland High School. A flyer is attached. If you have any questions, please contact me. Thank you for your cooperation. Tanya Williams, Corresponding Secretary Daytona Beach Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 904-504-5278
By: Tanya Williams on April 17, 2019

WDRD 95.1
Hello: Can you please advertise the following information on your radio show: The Daytona Beach Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will host a free Community Shred Event on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 9am - 1pm at Mainland High School, located at 1255 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL. The purpose of this free Shredding Event is to offer a convenient opportunity for members of our community to come together and safely shred their sensitive documents. This event will help citizens take steps toward “Going Green”, promoting a safer and greener community for people to live, while raising awareness of the importance of information security and preventing identity theft. In addition, the mobile shredding truck at shred events conveniently allow for participants to watch their documents being shredded, providing extra peace of mind that document security is still a chief priority at a community shredding event. **Special Thank You to Our Financial Sponsors: Mayor Derrick L. Henry, Police Chief Craig Capri, City Commissioners: Paula Reed, Dannette Henry & Robert A. Gilliland, and Quanitas Studio, as well as the faculty and staff of Mainland High School. A flyer is attached. If you have any questions, please contact me. Thank you for your cooperation. Tanya Williams, Corresponding Secretary Daytona Beach Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 904-504-5278
By: Tanya Williams on April 17, 2019

101.7 K-WULF (KWUL)
Where can I get K wild stickers ?
By: Al on April 17, 2019

95.7 QMF (WQMF)
I listen to QMF at work and text the keyword when given. However, one of the words I hear sounds like "JUMBO". Just now at 12:53 I tried again. So I am not sure what the station is stating. Jumbo. Jummo. Gumbo. Jimbo. Excdra. Can somebody please verify?
By: david craig on April 17, 2019

560 WVOC
I would like to add my concern that Mark Levin is not coming on at 6pm anymore. It does not surprise me that so many others have expressed the same opinion ... most more forceable than mine. Why no response from Scott Pritchett ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
By: Lanny on April 17, 2019

WAWH 88.3
The Green Grove Baptist Church Family cordially invites you to join in the celebration of a great milestone in the history of our Church; the Installation Service of our new Shepherd, Rev. Dr. Carl Anthony Wardlaw. We will observe this blessed occasion on the 4th Sunday, April 28, 2019, at 4:00 P.M. The installation message will be delivered by his father, Rev. Dr. Carl Wardlaw, Jr., Pastor of The First African Baptist Church, Vidalia, GA. The church is located at 2418 Highway 441 South, Dublin, GA; 31021; 478-272-1472.
By: Gwen Watkins on April 17, 2019

KKCA 95.7
I posted in January... still loving your station. Tons of my friends are now listening. I just missed your phone number can you post it online?
By: Tracy on April 17, 2019

WPEZ 93.7
The Green Grove Baptist Church Family cordially invites you to join in the celebration of a great milestone in the history of our Church; the Installation Service of our new Shepherd, Rev. Dr. Carl Anthony Wardlaw. We will observe this blessed occasion on the 4th Sunday, April 28, 2019, at 4:00 P.M. The installation message will be delivered by his father, Rev. Dr. Carl Wardlaw, Jr., Pastor of The First African Baptist Church, Vidalia, GA
By: Gwen Watkins on April 17, 2019

WRHA 970
New Hope Baptist Church of Spring City cordially invites everyone to the first YOUTH RALLY this Friday April 19th @ 7:30 pm. Food is provided. Come for some good old fashioned preaching and Spirit filled singing. New Hope is located next to the new General Dollar store at 2219 Watts Bar Highway. For more information contact Pastor Mark Ward 865 680-3274
By: Regina on April 17, 2019

WRSK 97.5
I listen to WRSK all the time in the car, but I am missing Dennis Frank. Not only was he an announcer who brought his knowledge of the oldies to the station, but he also chose great, fun music. Now it seems that all we hear is easy listening stuff. I used to recommend the station to my friends, but no longer. Sadly, WRSK has become boring. 😑
By: Angela on April 17, 2019

KRDO 105.5
KRDO censors Sean Hannity Show in the evenings??? I am no longer listening to this radio station, good bye!
By: Anonymous on April 17, 2019

KRDO 105.5
No Sean Hannity Show, no longer listening!
By: Anonymous on April 17, 2019

KRDO 105.5
So why was the Sean Hannity Show removed from the evening lineup? I have been listening to your station for a long time now and am surprised Hannity has been removed with no explanation. I agree with the other listeners that censorship is aluvd3and I will no longer listen to your station....it works both ways.
By: Anonymous on April 17, 2019

WRSK 97.5
I had the great pleasure of talking to Tony Dee on ham radio today. Tony was at our radio repeater site and was inspecting his own radio equipment in the communications shack and needed to get a radio check from another operator. I complied and we chatted about the various FM radio stations in the County. I kidded with Tony about the need for a little better coverage. Its a great radio station and really needs to be heard by listeners in adjacent counties. I really wanted to talk to him at great depth about WRSKs format and the professional quality that came from their radio station. We talked about the "Chatterbox" and how you could hear the RSK tunes at the car shows. Tony and the staff should be very proud of the job they've done and continue to do. I've talked to alot of people and have got them to tune in Sunday morning with the Polka music. Keep up the GREAT job! William Oliver
By: William Oliver on April 17, 2019

KRDO 105.5
I have been listening to your station for many many years. One of the main reasons was the Sean Hannity Show. Even though it was an afternoon only show I still listen to you in the morning. I can't believe he's been removed from your lineup. I guess censorship is alive Even in our own backyard. I will no longer listen to your station
By: Anonymous on April 17, 2019

Power 96.1 (WWPW)
BE THE FIRST TO COMMIT TO SPONSOR MARIE MILLER IN CONCERT AT SENOIA DEAD BASH ART EVENT SAT MAY 25 TO RAISE $$$$$$ FOR THE HOMELESS
By: emily c martinsen on April 16, 2019

WPJB 93.3
To all local the CCM and SG styled musicians. If you have what it takes to be a great Gospel singer and want to share your music with Jesus Radio Selma and our growing audience, mail those CD's to: WPJB-LP, C/O Evangelist Dan Presley, 608 Park Avenue, Selma, Alabama 36701. I would be honored to play your songs on air. Send me some tunes and I'll see about putting them on, for all to hear.
By: Dan Presley on April 16, 2019

WPAK 106.9
We spoke a while ago about starting a new rotary group at WHS. The Interact is holding a T-shirt drive to recycle shirts into grocery bags for the community gardens that are new in Waupaca. Is there anyway we could ask for your help in getting the word out and a little attention? The 4, 5, and 6th grade Waupaca Secret Service kids at all three schools are also involved in raising awareness with this T-shirt drive!
By: Camin on April 16, 2019

KKJC 96.3
Hello, My name is Adam Nelson and I am a Christian singer/songwriter currently living in Spokane, Washington. I recently released my first project, it is an EP called Remind Me by Adam Z Nelson. It is a set of songs that emphasize the grace of God and not living in complacency but to constantly pursue after His heart. As an artist that is new to the scene I would love some help in spreading the word about my music. If you don’t mind I would appreciate it if you gave it a listen and playing it on your radio station. As a startup artist I love all the help that I can get after the release of these songs. Thank you so much for your consideration and if you have any other questions feel free to contact me at adam.zn99@gmail.com. Thank you, Adam Z Nelson
By: Adam Nelson on April 16, 2019

Classic Oldies 90.3 FM (WRBK)
You remember.....and PLAY....the music other stations forgot--such as what I grew up with listening to the Midwestern Top 40 legends such as CKLW (Windsor/Detroit), "Keener 13" (Dearborn/Detroit), WLS ("from the city by the shore"), WCFL ("the voice of labor"), WHB ("the world's happiest broadcasters" from Kansas City), KXOK (the St. Louis powerhouse heard all over Eastern Missouri and Southern Illinois), and of course, KAAY, "The Mighty Ten-Ninety" from Little Rock. A good conversation starter was "which top 40 powerhouse was your fave"?". When music was music and radio was radio. You could hear the Beatles, Motown, O. C. Smith, Grass Roots, Turtles, Association, Bob Dylan, Sonny and Cher, Streisand, Johnny Cash, etc.--despite their different styles, it all sounded so naturally together. Those were the days my friend, I thought they'd never end, but unfortunately, they did. -Steve Gilmore, Charlotte, NC USA, who grew up in Ohio and travelling the Midwest hearing all of these legends.
By: Steve Gilmore on April 16, 2019

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