Thursday, December 8, 2016
Nashville Radio: Cumulus Stations Collect Thousands of Toys
Cumulus Nashville radio stations WKDF NASH FM 103.3, WGFX 104-5 FM The Zone, WQQK 92Q, Talk WWTN 99.7 and WSM 95.5 FM NASH ICON collected thousands of toys and gifts for seniors in need at the 9th annual Toy Field event to benefit The Salvation Army’s Forgotten Angel Program at Nissan Stadium.
Cumulus Nashville thanks our generous listeners and client partners including State Water Heaters, Sprint, Carvana, Hardee’s, Just Love Coffee, ESCU, Iron Tribe Fitness, School of Rock and Cornea Consultants for helping make Toy Field a huge success.
This holiday, The Salvation Army will reach almost 9,000 “angels” – less fortunate children and elderly. According to Major Ed Lee, Area Commander - The Salvation Army Nashville Area Command, several hundreds of those “angels” will not be adopted.
To ensure each child has a special Christmas, the Forgotten Angel shop will provide gifts.
“Throughout the years, the Cumulus Nashville listeners have been generous with their donations. Today was a great day that will help us provide for those in need in our community,” said Major Ed Lee, Area Commander - The Salvation Army Nashville Area Command.
Posted 3:19:00 AM