Midwest Communication’s WFAT-AM/FM Translator combo (Battle Creek) has announced that it will be the radio home of the city’s new hockey team, the Battle Creek Rumble Bees, airing all the the team’s live play-by-play broadcasts.
Rumble Bees General Manager Adam Stio expressed much elation with the hockey club’s partnership with Midwest Communications. “To have the opportunity to partner with such a first-class organization as Midwest Communications represents a major positive step forward in the building of our organization. Having all of our games on radio on WFAT 102.7 FM and 930 AM will promote and grow the following of Rumble Bees hockey in the Battle Creek area.”
Midwest Communications Sales Manager Jay Morris echoed the sentiments of excitement pertaining to this all-new association. “We at Midwest Communications are proud to be working with Adam, Terry and the entire Battle Creek Rumble Bees organization. It is fantastic for Battle Creek to have a pro hockey team and we can’t wait for the season to start. We are honored to be their media partner and to air all of the Rumble Bees games this season on our new station, 102.7 FM WFAT, “The Fat One.”
The Rumble Bees very first game broadcast of their fledgling franchise season will be their FPHL Battle Creek pro hockey premiere on opening night, Friday, October 25, when they lock antlers with their West Division rivals, the Danville Dashers.