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Veteran Vermont radio broadcaster Steve Cormier has been hired as Director of Sales for the Radio Vermont Group.
Cormier, is perhaps best known in Vermont for his award-winning radio program, Corm and the Coach, and as Program Director for WIZN from 1986-1997. Most recently he was the station and sales manager at WTSA FM and AM in Brattleboro.
Mark Struhsacker started selling radio advertising for WDEV AM 550 in June of 1985. As a long time Morristown resident, former Morristown Select board member, and current Morristown Planning Commission member, Mark is keenly aware of the challenges all local businesses face daily. Many of the businesses that began advertising with Mark & WDEV in the 80s & later when he helped get WLVB started in 1993, are still on the air with him, month in & month out.
Dave Rowell began his radio sales career when WLVB went on the air in August 1993. He is a real estate broker, former dairy farmer, and active in local community organizations. Dave is focused on providing insight to business owner's challenges in marketing. "The best way to find out what a business owner needs is by listening".
The beauty of WLVB is that we are local radio. We deliver relevant information to our listeners from weather, local happenings, sports scores, traffic issues, lost pets, and it's immediate. Local and regional businesses rely on this audience and our products to inform listeners to their products and services. Our advertising is not "one size fits all". That's where the listening comes in. Most businesses have trends. If you're a new business and you don't have a history we can still research national trends to find a common one with your business and focus on your strengths