Station Information

VP/MARKET MANAGER

Elizabeth.Pembleton

SALES MANAGER
Michael Anthony (Lotito)

PROGRAM DIRECTOR/MUSIC DIRECTOR

Bill Sheridan

PROMOTIONS DIRECTOR
KJ Zabala

PRODUCTION DIRECTOR
Mike Becker

It’s easy to get in touch with the HAWK

HAWK Office Phone:  610-266-7600

HAWK Snail Mail/Prize Pick-Up:  2158 Avenue C, Suite 100, Bethlehem, PA 18017

HAWK Advertising: Elizabeth Pembleton elizabeth.pembleton@cumulus.com

HAWK Programming: Tom Fallon tom.fallon@cumulus.com

HAWK Promotions: KJ Zabala K.J.Zabala@cumulus.com

HAWK Radio is part of Cumulus Allentown and is located in an Industrial Park by Lehigh Valley International Airport in Bethlehem. We are open Monday through Friday from 8a-5p for prize pick-up.  If you have questions, please call our offices at 610-266-7600.

Prize Pickup: Always bring a valid ID during normal business hours to claim prizes. Winner must pick up prizes in person. Prizes cannot be mailed to winner. Prizes such as gift cards that are not time-sensitive must be claimed within 30 days of winning the prize. Prizes such as concert tickets and event passes must be picked up by 5pm the day prior. If the event falls on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, you have until the Thursday before at 5pm to claim your prize. If you have any questions, please contact 610-266-7600.

DIRECTIONS:

From 22 EASTBOUND: Take 22 Eastbound to Airport Road North. At the second red light, take a right on to City Line. Your first left is Avenue C. Citadel Broadcasting is at 2158 Avenue C, a white building on the Left-hand side. If you pass RCN, you’ve just passed us!

From 22 WESTBOUND: Take Shoenersville Road. Turn left on Avenue C. We are up ahead on the Right, at 2158 Avenue C. We are the building after RCN.

HOLIDAY HOURS:

We are closed the following holidays and will not be open to for prize pick-up:
• New Year’s Day
• Martin Luther King Day
• Presidents Day
• Memorial Day
• Independence Day
• Labor Day
• Thanksgiving Day
• Black Friday
• Christmas Day
 
Additionally, we will be closing at 2:00 pm local time the day before each holiday or holiday weekend, as applicable.
 

CLICK HERE FOR JOB OPPORTUNITIES

INTERNSHIPS: All internships must be accredited from a recognized college or university. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to:Barry.Dawson@cumulus.com 

 

99.9 The Hawk
WODE-FM
50,000 Watts • Class B FM
Format: Classic Rock
Easton, PA
Arbitron Market: Allentown/Bethlehem, PA/NJ

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