CHARLOTTE, NC – 730 The Game/ESPN Charlotte radio, a local sports station and partner of the Chuck Roads Traffic Network, has just donated $10,000 to Charlotte-Mecklenburg High School athletics.
After a successful football season, the donation will be distributed to all of the 19 CMS high schools.
2017 was the inaugural season of high school football play by play in Charlotte for 730 The Game. Each high school had games that were aired throughout the season on AM 730, 97.5 FM, and espncharlotte.net.
Station owner Tamara Hurney says, “Thank you to the CMS athletic department for the privilege to participate in this partnership and broadcast games this football season. We are excited to continue this relationship and expand to other sports in the future.”
The donations were presented to the Athletic Directors of each high school at a meeting earlier this week. Each school and CMS Athletics received $500 respectively for their athletic programs.
730 The Game/ESPN Charlotte features local programming Monday thru Friday with the Wake Up Call, Keith Larson, and The Gerry V show. Chuck Roads Traffic provides up-to-the minute traffic coverage for the morning and afternoon commute each day, as well.
In addition, the station is the flagship station of the Charlotte 49ers, The Charlotte Knights, Clemson Tigers and Davidson Wildcats basketball.