In addition to providing your business good advertising value, all WNPV sales staff are personally committed to your satisfaction. That means getting to know you, your company, and the details which differentiate your business. With this understanding we can make informed recommendations with your best interest in mind. To do this requires a staff of seasoned radio advertising professionals, each dedicated to your success. At WNPV we believe our over 40 year reputation of personal service, integrity and professionalism is reflected in each and every transaction. As a result, our clients are our best references. To assist you in your advertising decision, we provide these exerpts from our customers:


“WNPV’s participation was a significant factor in the evening’s success. I had hoped to get an ‘official’ count to share with you. Unfortunately, we ran out of tickets and programs! We know that we had more than 600 in attendance, but we are uncertain as to whether that number was more than 800 or more than 900!”

Rev. Gerald K Webster
Vice President of the Board
North Penn Symphony Orchestra

“I’ve been hesitant to use radio because its not tangible like my print coupons. But I tried a one-day sale offering an incentive to people who mentioned hearing the commercial. You did a great job putting the ad copy together and developing a high-frequency schedule at very reasonable cost. It worked! With 52 customer responses at my three locations, the commercial virtually paid for itself, plus introduced my business to other people who were not able to make it in that day.”

Gregg Roth
Co-Owner Half-Note Cards & Gifts

“On behalf of the Salford Township Community Group, we would like to thank you for your recruitment of businesses to announce our first Community Day, August 14, 2004, on your radio station. Without the help from participating businesses, we would not have been able to have such a successful day. Approximately 200 people attended this event even with hurricane “Charlie” looming in the air. Once again, we thank you for your continued support of our community.”

Tina Cumminsky
Barbara Lynch
Bette Ann Bleam
Salford Township Community Group

“Of the many events the station sponsors, the Taste of Home Cooking School is my favorite. This event was our firm’s initial involvement with WNPV. The Home Cooking Night at North Penn High School allows us the opportunity to meet and greet hundreds of people from the area. The radio advertising afterwards helps to reinforce our image and expand our customer base. We have been very happy with WNPV and hope to continue advertising in the future.”

Nick Mastroieni
Mastroieni & Sons Fine Furniture