Cities 97 Raises $9,000 for Operation Warm
Cities 97, Minneapolis’ radio station to discover new music, has raised $9,000 for the Twin Cities Fire Fighters for Operation Warm Program, which serves Minneapolis, St. Paul and the greater Minnesota area.
The funds were raised through sales of the limited edition Cities 97 Sampler Volume 27, which features performances recorded live in Studio C. It is the longest running radio music or performance compilation for charity in the country. Over the last 27 years, Cities 97 has raised over $12 million to support local nonprofit organizations.
“Our listeners get excited when we release the newest Cities 97 Sampler,” said Jeff Tyler, Western Great Lakes Region President for iHeartMedia Minneapolis. “They not only love the music, they’re proud that the money goes to help a wide variety of nonprofits in their own community.”
Proud sponsors of Cities 97 Sampler Vol 27 include: Target, TCF Bank, By the Yard, and Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.
For more information, please visit cities97.com.
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