The crowd was abuzz on Friday 10 November as the award winning Taking Care of BUSINESS team lead by Jacki Mitchell launched RPP FM’s new pop-up studio shopfront at Bayside Shopping Centre in Frankston.
Surrounded by Frankston business identities, including Fred Harrison, CEO of Ritchies stores, Cameron Rambert of The Foundry and Karin Hann from the Frankston Business Network, Jacki and Fred enthusiastically flicked the ON AIR switch to herald a new period of expansion for RPP FM in Frankston. The event was also live streamed via the Taking Care of BUSINESS facebook page.
RPP FM Station Manager Brendon Telfer was proud of the achievements of his team, thanking them and RPP FM’s many supporters and sponsors.
He said, “It’s a great opportunity for local businesses to support their community and join an ever growing broadcaster. RPP FM has strong links into the wider business community, including the arts and sporting networks and we hope the Frankston community will embrace us.”
The launch featured Frankston business identities Fred Harrison, Cameron Rambert and Karin Hann as special guests on Taking Care of BUSINESS as part of the inaugural Frankston Business Panel. The panel discussed the many issues and opportunities for Frankston businesses.
Taking Care of BUSINESS was followed by RPP FM favourite Tony Healey with special guests Australian music legend Ross D. Wyllie and Tony Cavanagh.
RPP FM broadcasts across the Mornington Peninsula and has a variety of community focused programs and sponsors. You can find RPP FM’s new pop-up studio in Balmoral Walk (just off Shannon Mall) Bayside Shopping Centre, Frankston.
RPP FM – is The Voice of the Peninsula. 98.7FM and 98.3FM Frankston. Live stream from the rppfm.com.au website and download the app.