Meet The Sales Team

 

 

Brian Wybrow

Brian Wybrow

Born and bred in Murray Bridge, Brian Wybrow has 41 years experience in radio advertising, with time spent in media markets in Adelaide and Sydney.

An avid Swans supporter you'll often see Brian sporting some combination of red and white in his choice of tie or shirt.

As an account manager based in Murray Bridge and servicing surrounds including Meningie and Strathalbyn, Brian can help your business achieve your advertising goals.

Contact Brian

Ph: 08 8532 4455

Mob: 0413 382 913

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ian wright

Ian Wright

Ian 'Wrighty' Wright has spent time both on the air and in the sales departments in radio stations for the past 45 years.

Since 2011 Ian has been the account manager for the Fleurieu Media Centre, servicing the region from Milang to Currency Creek, Goolwa/Hindmarsh Island to Victor Harbor and Mount Compass to Yankalilla and Normanville. 

A self confessed music tragic, Ian has a passion for radio and is prepared to show you how it can work for your business.

Contact Ian

Ph: 08 8552 6899

Mob: 0458 064 801

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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