Cohan Radio Group Inc

★★★★★

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The Cohan Radio Group has it's offices in the Fairmont Cinema Square on Highway 27 North in Sebring, Florida.
I have visited their offices on numerous occasions and found the staff to be friendly, community oriented and professional.
I listen to two of their stations on a regular basis.
In the morning I awake to 105.7 FM Lite. This station plays
a variety of music focusing on many of the pop hits of today.
Their morning host, Dave, is a favorite because of his fun personality.
Later in the day, I listen to Rooter Rush on 1340 AM when he does his "Shopper" and Dial-A-Deal" shows. The "Shopper" is a half hour program that allows the audience to call in and advertise up to three items for sale. It's a great way to try to sell those items you have lying around. And it's FREE. And, you can call every day until you sell your items. It's great.
Oh, if you have something to "giveaway", here's the place to do it too!
"Dial-A-Deal" comes next. This half hour is the opportunity to call in for discount dining and shopping certificates. Many of the community retailers advertise on this show and offer the certificates to encourage new patrons. You can get a $10 certificate for $5 and save yourself five bucks on your visit to the sponsor. I have enjoyed many of the local restaurants by using these certificates. But, you have to be FAST on the phone. Certificates are sold on a "first call, first served" basis! So, listen in from 9 AM, Monday through Friday, for
the "Shopper" and "Dial-A-Deal." Oh, tell Router I said "Hi."

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★★★★★

The Cohan Radio Group has it's offices in the Fairmont Cinema Square on Highway 27 North in Sebring, Florida.
I have visited their offices on numerous occasions and found the staff to be friendly, community oriented and professional.
I listen to two of their stations on a regular basis.
In the morning I awake to 105.7 FM Lite. This station plays
a variety of music focusing on many of the pop hits of today.
Their morning host, Dave, is a favorite because of his fun personality.
Later in the day, I listen to Rooter Rush on 1340 AM when he does his "Shopper" and Dial-A-Deal" shows. The "Shopper" is a half hour program that allows the audience to call in and advertise up to three items for sale. It's a great way to try to sell those items you have lying around. And it's FREE. And, you can call every day until you sell your items. It's great.
Oh, if you have something to "giveaway", here's the place to do it too!
"Dial-A-Deal" comes next. This half hour is the opportunity to call in for discount dining and shopping certificates. Many of the community retailers advertise on this show and offer the certificates to encourage new patrons. You can get a $10 certificate for $5 and save yourself five bucks on your visit to the sponsor. I have enjoyed many of the local restaurants by using these certificates. But, you have to be FAST on the phone. Certificates are sold on a "first call, first served" basis! So, listen in from 9 AM, Monday through Friday, for
the "Shopper" and "Dial-A-Deal." Oh, tell Router I said "Hi."

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Cohan Radio Group owns several stations, one of them being WWOJ 99.1 FM. WWOJ is a country station and I enjoy listening to it quite a bit. It is a community oriented station and I like that, too. They often appear at grand openings of new businesses, at the blood bank when there is a blood drive going on, at the Humane Society when there is a fundraiser in progress and at other places around town. They play Paul Harvey three times each day (twice on Saturday) and I really like him. OJ is a great local station.

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Cohan Radio Group owns several stations, one of them being WWOJ 99.1 FM. WWOJ is a country station and I enjoy listening to it quite a bit. It is a community oriented station and I like that, too. They often appear at grand openings of new businesses, at the blood bank when there is a blood drive going on, at the Humane Society when there is a fundraiser in progress and at other places around town. They play Paul Harvey three times each day (twice on Saturday) and I really like him. OJ is a great local station.

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