BS Radio Philadelphia (98.1 WOGL, SportsRadio 94WIP/610WIP, Talk Radio 1210WPHT, KYW Newsradio 1060) announced a partnership with Live Nation to raise money for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
CBS Radio and Live Nation/Comcast-Spectacor, in conjunction with the artists, has acquired a limited number of tickets to the Bob Dylan/Mark Knopfler concert 11/19 at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center. These tickets have been set aside to help raise money for the victims of Hurricane Sandy and the relief efforts surrounding this disaster. CBS Radio will offer those who make a donation of $20 or more to the American Red Cross a pair of tickets to the concert. All money will benefit the American Red Cross and their efforts supporting those in need. Donations can be made by going to www.cbsphilly.com/Dylan.
“Our CBS Radio stations will stay committed to helping those who lost homes, belongings and memories to Hurricane Sandy. We’re thrilled to be partnering with Live Nation and Comcast-Spectacor and using as many assets as possible to help the recovery of our region,” says Marc Rayfield, Senior Vice President and Market Manager for the CBS Radio Stations in Philadelphia.
“When we approached CBS Radio to try and help in these tough times-we were truly in awe of the graciousness,” said Geoff Gordon, President of Live Nation Philadelphia. “The idea of these artists donating this bank of tickets and letting us raise money for the American Red Cross really has a dual meaning. It provides an entry point for someone to donate and receive 2 tickets at the same time. It also sends the message that you can still enjoy music, which I think we all agree, has helped us through times in the past, now and will hold true to do so in the future. We are also grateful of our truly great relationship with Comcast-Spectacor. Their participation made this relief effort possible.”
You can contribute to the cause by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or by texting REDCROSS to 90999. Details on other ways to donate can also be accessed online at www.cbsphilly.com/donate.