POWER 99 FM announces live broadcasts to raise awareness for the PA Voter ID Law
Power 99, Philadelphia's heritage home for Hip-Hop and R&B, today announced its morning show, The Rise and Grind Morning Show, will raise awareness for the new PA Voter ID Law with five live broadcasts at various Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) locations across Philadelphia. The Rise and Grind Morning Show broadcasts weekday mornings from 6-10:00 a.m.
Power 99 broadcasts will take place at DMV's throughout Philadelphia, where citizens can obtain a valid voter ID if they don't have a driver's license or other approved photo identification. Since the PA Voter ID legislation was signed into law there has been widespread concern that citizens are not getting the message about the steps they must take if they don't have an approved form of identification. The broadcasts are designed to provide listeners with all the information they need on the PA Voter ID law and encourage them to obtain a voter ID at the DMV.
The Rise and Grind Morning Show is teaming up with City Commissioner Stephanie Singer and the PA Voter ID Coalition for the PA Voter ID broadcasts.
Listeners who stop by the live broadcasts can enter to win a pair of tickets to all three Powerhouse30 Shows. For more information about Rise and Grind Morning Show voter ID broadcasts visit http://www.power99.com/common/election/.
Power 99 fm's Rise and Grind Morning Show Voter ID Broadcast Schedule: are all from 6-10 AM at the following locations:
- Friday, September 28, from 6-10:00 a.m. at 7121 Ogontz Avenue
- Friday, October 5, from 6-10:00 a.m. at 919-B Levick Street
- Friday, October 12, from 6-10:00 a.m. at 7121 Ogontz Avenue
- Friday, October 19, from 6-10:00 a.m. at 801 Arch Street – Center City
Fans can listen to Power 99 FM on the station's website www.power99.com, as well as on iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio mobile app, Clear Channel's best-in-class customizable digital listening service, that deliver everything listeners want in one free, fully-integrated service: instant access to more than 1,500 of the nation's most popular live broadcast and digital-only radio stations from 150 cities, plus user-created Custom Stations inspired by favorite artists and songs.
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