(HAGERSTOWN, MD — June 27, 2016)
VerStandig Broadcasting’s 101.5 Bob Rocks and 104.7 WAYZ will each be operating one-day fundraisers in an effort to raise funds for those affected by the catastrophic floods in central and southern West Virginia. On Thursday, June 30th, both stations will participate in 12 hour live broadcasts from 6am to 6pm benefiting the Emergency Flood Fund created by United Way of Central West Virginia. The funds will help meet basic needs of food, shelter, and clothing that were lost in the recent disaster.
“These people are our neighbors, whether we have had the pleasure of meeting them or not. In times like these, neighbors lend a helping hand,” said 101.5’s Big Bob.
Donations can be made via cash, check, or credit. Anyone unable to visit the live broadcasts can donate online at www.unitedwaycwv.org. or stop by the VerStandig Broadcasting office at 10960 John Wayne Drive, Greencastle, PA.
101.5 Bob Rocks will be live from Break Away II located at 13726 Pennsylvania Avenue in Hagerstown, MD.
104.7 WAYZ will be live from The Café at Antrim Way Honda located at 200 S. Antrim Way in Greencastle, PA.
About United Way of Central West Virginia
United Way of Central West Virginia established a Flood Emergency Fund to assist affected residents who suffered from loss during the recent flooding in Kanawha, Clay, Boone, Logan and Putnam Counties in West Virginia. Donations can also be made ON-LINE at www.unitedwaycwv.org by clicking on the Flood Emergency Fund box.
About VerStandig Broadcasting
VerStandig Broadcasting is home to the tri-state area’s top radio stations including 104.7 WAYZ, 101.5 Bob Rocks, NOW 92.1, and ESPN Radio 1380. For more information please visit, www.verstandig.com.