New general manager—Cranbrook/Fernie division Jim Pattison Broadcast Group

Marvin Perry, will be joining 102.9 The Drive and B‐104 Total Country in Cranbrook and 99.1 The Drive in Fernie.

Marvin Perry

Marvin Perry — Photo courtesy Jim Pattison Group Media Release

The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group has announce that effective January 11, 2018 a new General Manager, Marvin Perry, will be joining 102.9 The Drive and B‐104 Total Country in Cranbrook and 99.1 The Drive in Fernie. In addition to his General Manager’s role, Marvin will also serve as GSM of the division.

Marvin has enjoyed a successful career working in radio as a Senior Account Executive, Sales Manager, General Manager and Regional Manager over the past 16 years. In his most recent senior management role, Marvin oversaw key managerial and operational positions for 6 radio stations in Alberta and Northwest Territories. Marvin also previously operated his own professional photo studio for 17 years.

In addition to his professional experience, Marvin also completed education at the University of Saskatchewan where he graduated in the College of Arts and Sciences, Economics program. His community involvement is truly outstanding as he was a former board member of the Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce and Saskatchewan Professional Photographers Association, and has volunteered with Meals on Wheels and Streetscapes. Former GM at The Drive/B-104 Leo Biggio recently took a transfer back to the Kamloops market, after being in Cranbrook since 2012.

Source: Jim Pattison Group Media Release

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