Z88.3FM® (WPOZ – Orlando) Switches on Election Day to All Christmas Music!

ORLANDO, Fla. – (November 3, 2020) Given the challenging year we have been having first with COVID and now a contentious election, Z88.3 FM® in Orlando has decided we all could use some holiday cheer to get our minds off the bad and onto the good by flipping to all Christmas Music, Election Day through Christmas evening.
Nothing brings peace and comfort to the soul more than Christmas!  Many have already started putting up Christmas decorations for this reason.  Z88.3 FM® wants to be the sound track of Central Florida’s Christmas celebration.
President and Founder Jim Hoge said, “This year has been a hard year for so many, and people need to be comforted — brought back to happier times with familiar songs that bring hope and joy.  We wanted to bring a positive end to a difficult year by spreading Christmas cheer, peace, and comfort!”
The station will be playing all Christmas Music, November 3rd through December 25th on Z88.3 FM® in Orlando, Melbourne and Daytona Beach; 88.7 FM in The Villages and Ocala; 91.1 FM in Palm Coast and Flagler County; 91.7 FM in northwest Volusia County; 102.7 FM in Haines City; 107.5 FM in Winter Haven; 107.9 FM in Lakeland, and worldwide on The Z® Family of Christian Radio Stations App.

For interviews, contact Sarah Cowles at Office: 407-869-8000 or Cell: 561-236-5638.

 

 

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