Station Information

Soft Rock 94.1 Studios @ Cumulus Pensacola

6565 North W. Street

Pensacola, Florida 32505

Phone: 850.478.6011 / Fax: 850.478.3971

Prize Pick-up Time: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:30pm

Request Lines: 850.932.0941 / 888.741.0941


PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

If your non-profit organization has an announcement you would like us to air, please e-mail us the information, along with a contact phone number, at least three weeks in advance. We will not be able to get the announcement on the radio without your basic information and phone number. Please note that this service is for local non-profit groups and organizations only. Send your announcement to Glenn.Johnson@Cumulus.com


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TEAM SOFT ROCK 94.1 IN PENSACOLA

Glenn Johnson– email: Glenn.Johnson@Cumulus.com 
Program Director/ Operations Manager

Gary Mertins– email: Gary.Mertins@Cumulus.com
VP / Market Manager

Pete DeSimone– email: Pete.DeSimone@cumulus.com

VP / Regional Market Manager

Jessica Roth– email: Jessica.Roth@Cumulus.com

Promotions and Marketing Director

Wanda McNeil
Business Manager


  

 

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