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Red Cross West, TX Disaster Response F.A.Q.



DATE: April 18th, 2013


Kameika Smith

Radio One Dallas

(972) 331-5557

Radio One Dallas Stations: KBFB-FM (97.9 The Beat) and KSOC-FM (Old School 94.5)

Respond with Emergency “HELP WEST” Relief Drive.

Dallas, TX (April 18th, 2013) – Radio One, Inc. – Radio Stations KBFB-FM and KSOC-FM action a Dallas wide “HELP WEST” emergency relief drive, rallying local partners and listeners to donate blankets, toiletries and non-perishable food items to assist those effected by the massive plant explosion in Waco, TX.

“The outpouring from our Dallas community is what is needed at this time, for us to be able to fill up our trucks and drive down to assist. I believe we can answer the call to offer immediate relief to our neighbors.” states Program Director Mark McCray.

A city-wide collection of needed supplies will be held today from 2:00pm to 6:00pm at the partnering Kroger locations below. All items received during today’s drive will be delivered to West Texas by Radio Dallas On-air personalities and Promotions staff.


Store #577 – 7505 N. MacArthur Blvd, Irving, TX  75063.

Store #587 – 3939 Frankford Road, Dallas, TX  75287

This is part of a continuing effort to positively impact the community which Radio-One views as very important, and is consistent with its “Community One” brand.

Radio One, Inc. ( is a diversified media company that primarily targets African-American and urban consumers. Radio One Dallas properties include, Old School 94.5 (KSOC-FM) and 97.9 The BEAT (KBFB-FM). The Company is one of the nation’s largest radio broadcasting companies, currently owning or operating 54 broadcast stations located in 16 urban markets in the United States.

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