Frankie Gilmore, Piedmont Communications with 103.1 WJMA Today’s Country and 105.5 & 95.3 SAM-FM (WOJL) Classic Rock, was raised being reminded by her father that she only has the freedoms she enjoys because of the men and women who fought and died for her. So, when Sara Langland with Farmers Insurance contacted her to see if the stations would be interested in sponsoring the Hero’s Bridge 5K event with radio spots, it didn’t take her very long to say yes. “Hero’s Bridge is exactly the right organization that needed to be there for these older veterans to remind them that they are not forgotten,” said Gilmore. Read More.
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