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Hello from Pam Washington
Des Moines Radio Group Director of Sales

Hi there. If you’re here, you probably have ideas about goals for your business. Maybe you’re meeting them, maybe not. Either way, I’d be interested in hearing more.

This is where the pitch usually come in, right? You’ve probably had media sales people walk through the door with big smiles and lengthy pitches about their stations. They show you where they’re #1 in some outmoded ratings system, and they try to sell you a one-size-fits-all radio package of spots.

I need to explain that we don’t do that, because radio may or may not be the right vehicle for helping you accomplish your specific goals. That’s why each member of our staff receives on-going training and holds three or more certifications in media and marketing.

They don’t work for me or commissions, they work for you. We train our staff to think strategically and focus on delivering results for your business in and out of radio. It’s a unique approach, but our clients agree, it’s an approach that delivers results.

We’d like to know more about you to see if we can help you meet your goals, too. I’ve left few quick questions for you below. The information you share here is confidential, but if you’d rather talk with me personally, I understand. When you have a moment, I hope you’ll call or e-mail me directly, and we’ll talk whenever it’s convenient for you.

I’m looking forward to hearing where you are in your business, and discovering what we might do to help you meet your goals.

Best Regards,

Pam Washington (e-mail)
DMRG Director of Sales
515-280-1350 ext. 241

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