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Curtis Wright moving to WAAV-AM


Wilmington, NC – 980 WAAV, a Cumulus station, is pleased to announce the addition of Curtis Wright to its morning radio talk show lineup.

Curtis Wright brings an abundance of experience with him to WAAV most recently hosting The Morning Beat with Curtis Wright on the Big Talker FM. In addition, Mr. Wright has been involved with the formation and management of several community and civic organizations in southeastern North Carolina including a Founder and past President position of the Council of Neighborhoods Association; Founder of the Northeast Library Action Committee; and past treasurer of the Family & Neighborhoods Institute of North Carolina; Curtis most recently brought together several community organizations to create The North Carolina Coastal Conservative Coalition.

Mr. Wright is a recent recipient of the ‘Defender of the American Dream Award’ for his work in promoting Conservative principals and his ‘grassroots’ advocacy across North Carolina. He has also worked as the creator and Founder of the highly successful North Carolina Coastal Conservative Conference and the many ‘Stand Up & Vote’ live broadcast candidate’s forums.

Ironically, Mr. Wright started his radio career here at the WAAV as an editorial contributor, over a 9 year period before hosting his own show.

WAAV welcomes Curtis Wright beginning June 1.


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