2016 CMB Special Award Winners

The CMB Awards were handed out Wednesday evening, Sep 7th, 2016 at the annual CMB Awards Dinner at Momentum 2016 at the Disney Yacht & Beach Club Convention Center in Lake Buena Vista, FL.

2016 CMB SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS

Rob Gregory Community Service Award

KVNE – Tyler, TX (Network)

 

Scott Campbell Industry Achievement Award

Chris Hauser, Hauser Promotions

 

Rich Mullins Artist Impact Award

Big Daddy Weave

Learn more about each of our CMB Special Awards below…

Scott CampbellScott Campbell Industry Achievement Award

Presented to a Christian broadcaster or associated professional for outstanding and long-term contributions to the growth of Christian Music Radio.

Read more about Scott Campbell and see past recipients HERE.

Gregory

Rob Gregory Community Service Award

Presented to a Christian broadcaster, radio station or associated professional who, during the past year, has shown outstanding effort in community service.

Read more about Rob Gregory and see past recipients HERE.

Rich_MullinsRich Mullins Artist Impact Award

Presented to an artist or group to recognize their long-time contributions to the music and ministry of Christian radio.

Read more about Rich Mullins and see past recipients HERE.

 

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