Design a package that works for your business
Your business can support WSGE by sponsoring a specialty program, or underwriting general programming. This allows for WSGE to thank you, on-air, via a 30-second underwriting message that contains specific information about your business or event. This contribution is tax-deductible and provides an ideal and economical opportunity to let many thousands of music lovers know about your business.
Reach our exclusive audience
The WSGE audience, typical of public radio station audiences across the country, has some very desirable demographics. Our audience is more highly educated and more affluent than the population in general. Their interests lean more toward activities such as travel, arts & theater, dining out, financial matters and business related-activities. Additionally, public radio audiences truly appreciate those businesses that support their favorite station and, in our case, the only station in the greater Charlotte area that plays their music.
A clutter-free environment
WSGE Public Radio is commercial clutter-free. We air only a few underwriting messages an hour and our audience knows that great music is only a minute or two away. Our listeners easily stay tuned during our brief station breaks and they know that your business supports public radio, just as thousands of them do.
♦ For more information on how to become a corporate sponsor of WSGE contact Amanda Wolfe by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 704-922-2304 or simply fill out the form below.
To pay your underwriting balance online click here.
We would like to thank our corporate sponsors for their continued support of our great eclectic programming here at WSGE.
A-1 Auto Insurance
Alan Gordon Immigration Law
Big Daddy’s Restaurant and Oyster Bar
Brinkley Financial Group
Carillon Assisted Living
Carolina Pottery Festival
Don Gibson Theatre
Embassy Suites Concord
Gaston Digestive Disease Clinic
Greater Gaston Endoscopy Center
The Landing Restaurant & Tiki Bar
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