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Bridget Reisman

Born and raised in Buffalo, and being a proud daughter of a Dad who owns a small family business, working hard and supporting local business is something that’s instilled in me. I truly understand the importance of every dollar earned and spent by a local company and how that effects their bottom...
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Kaitlyn McNamara

About Kaitlyn: Radio has always been a part of who I am. For as long as I can remember, people have always known me as the girl who won a ton of radio contests. I have loved and listened to Kiss 98.5 since being a little girl, and I started calling in to interact with the radio station in...
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Stephanie Dulski

About Stephanie: “What began in college as a way to meet people (I’m from a small town in Chautauqua County—country girl moves to the big city!) and earn free movie and concert tickets turned into a 16 year career, and counting, that has taken me from radio to TV ( Adelphia Media Services) and back...
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Brenda Alesii

“Creative, innovative and multifaceted in all realms of the media and marketing.” About Brenda: “It’s fair to say the media is in my blood. My experience includes work as a journalist for newspapers and magazines, public relations and marketing, and several years as a television producer for the...
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Dick Bauerle

About Dick: The brother of WBEN’s Tom Bauerle, Dick has been involved with marketing in the local business community for over 35 years. His radio career as a talk show host began over 20 years ago on WGR and continued into the mid-‘90s. He is also a highly active and well respected member of the...
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Kristine Lesh

About Kristine: I remember when I was in the 6th grade I called into Kiss 98.5 with my friend Jaime, trying to win movie passes. The DJ put us on the air and since the Bills were playing Miami Dolphins on Sunday, he asked us to yell “Squish the Fish”. We did and we won the movie passes. 23 years...
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Lisa Brocato

About Lisa: "Radio has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. We always had it on – in the car, playing in our kitchen, in the backyard during family parties. The station numbers were always by the phone too, just in case the next giveaway was coming up (my Mom was quite an...
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