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Topic: Disaster Relief and Recovery
Posted on 6/10/2022
Cumulus Albuquerque stations held a drive to benefit The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services, providing emergency relief to people affected by the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon wildfires in New Mexico. Cumulus Albuquerque on-air personalities and promotions staff were on hand to collect donations of toiletries, clothing, baby items and certain non-perishable food items.
“We feel for the communities devastated by fires across our state and are honored to help get supplies to the people who need them most,” said Jeff Berry, vice president/market manager, Cumulus Albuquerque. “This is all possible because of our community partners and listeners, who have come together with our radio stations and team to get these products to impacted communities as quickly as possible.”
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