Cox Media Group Miami to Collect Donations for The Bahamas Following Hurricane Dorian

MIAMI – Cox Media Group (CMG) Miami is partnering with Winn-Dixie locations in Broward and Dade County to collect donations for those in The Bahamas affected by Hurricane Dorian. As part of the two-day CMG Labor of Love Bahamas Relief event, 99 JAMZ, EASY 93.1, HITS 97.3 and HOT 105 will be broadcasting live today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the following Winn-Dixie locations:

17101 MIRAMAR PKWY,  MIRAMAR, 33027 (BROWARD)
3275 SW 22ND STREET, MIAMI, 33145 (MIAMI-DADE)
11241 S.W. 40TH STREET, MIAMI, 33165 (MIAMI-DADE)
11290 STATE ROAD 84, DAVIE, 33325 (BROWARD)

“Cox Media Group is proud to partner with Winn-Dixie to collect supplies for those impacted by Hurricane Dorian in The Bahamas,” says Ralph Renzi, general manager for CMG Miami. “We stand with the people of The Bahamas and hope this much-needed support will provide relief and help their community recover.”

“Winn-Dixie is honored to partner with Cox Media Group for this donation drive. Hurricane Dorian had a tremendous impact on the residents of the Bahamas and, here in Miami, we know firsthand about the long road of recovery ahead of them. The Winn-Dixie customers and associates are opening their generous hearts and we’re really proud of this community,” says Jorge Cabo, regional vice president for Winn-Dixie South Florida.

Radio personalities from each station will be onsite to meet with listeners, accept donations and give away one $50 Winn-Dixie gift card every hour at each broadcast location. Donations items to be collected include non-perishable food, battery-powered radios, batteries, sunscreen, infant formula and diapers, personal hygiene items and much more.

“We have the best listeners in Miami and the support this community provides in times of need is truly inspirational,” says Maestro Powell, director of community relations for CMG Miami. “It takes a village to raise a community so thank you to everyone who comes out to support CMG Labor of Love Bahamas Relief.”