Cumulus/Dallas-Fort Worth Raised Over $1.2 Million For Charities In 2015
February 2, 2016 at 6:37 AM (PT)
CUMULUS MEDIA/DALLAS has someting to be proud of, as the seven-station cluster raised a total of $1,212,089.85 for local and national charities in 2015. The radio stations together raised funds, supplies, and awareness for multiple charitable organizations through events and on-air and online promotions throughout 2015, including: COOK CHILDREN’S RADIOTHON, which raised $205,449 for COOK CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF FORT WORTH; HUNT FOR A CURE RADIOTHON, which raised $303,157 for ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL; and NORM-A-THON, which raised $500,400.00 for AUSTIN STREET CENTER on DECEMBER 28, 2015.
The cluster includes Country KPLX, Country KSCS, Talk WBAP-A, Sports KTCK-A, Top 40 KLIF and Talk KLIF-A. RVP/Market Manager DAN BENNETT said, “CUMULUS has always reminded us that despite the daily job of generating ratings and revenue we first serve the communities in which we are licensed. I could not be more proud of our DALLAS team for understanding that, and executing these worthwhile campaigns to generate 1.2 million dollars to help people in our DALLAS-FORT WORTH community."