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Tonight’s The Night: Help us support a great charity at BWW White Marsh

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Tonight’s The Night: Help us support a great charity at BWW White Marsh

Posted on 21 November 2013 by Glenn Clark

We pride ourselves about a number of things here at WNST. As Drew Forrester has documented recently, our local sports coverage is second to none. We’ve defined the term “local” over our 15 years of history, and part of that is our responsibility to our local community.

That continues every holiday season, as we commit to taking care of those who need it most in this area. We’ve already collected over 1,000 canned goods to support SARC in Harford County, and we’re going to go out with a bang tonight.

You can find out more about the wonderful things SARC is doing here.

We’ve sweetened the pot over the last couple of days. Anyone who brings us 10 cans or more tonight will also pick up a great prize. For example:

Ravens WR Marlon Brown and OT Eugene Monroe spent Tuesday night signing this bag of footballs (Thanks to Freedmont Mortgage for the balls), some signed by both-some signed by one of the guys individually. Bring me 10 or more cans and you get one.

Also, big thanks to 24×7 Entertainment, who have donated tickets to see Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime January 4th at Rams Head Live as well as Monster Magnet December 8th at Baltimore Soundstage. Also thanks to The Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric, who have donated tickets to a bunch of their upcoming shows. 10 cans would also allow you to pick from those.

At 50 cans you can pick two prizes (a pair of tickets constitutes a prize). At 75 you can pick three.

On top of all of that, Thursday night will simply be a great chance to just hang out-BS about Baltimore sports and ask your favorite WNST personalities those questions you think we’re not allowed to talk about on the radio. We’ll have the Falcons/Saints game on as well and we’ll probably end up bending a few back.

It will be a great night-for an amazing cause.

PLEASE come out and be a part of it.

-G

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There’s a lot going on right now, but we need you to come through tonight

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There’s a lot going on right now, but we need you to come through tonight

Posted on 11 December 2012 by Glenn Clark

Cam Cameron is out. Jim Caldwell is in. Steve Bisciotti is involved. John Harbaugh is testy.

Mark Reynolds is gone. Peter Angelos is cheap.

There’s a lot going on, but not everything is changing.

It’s been an active few days here in Charm City, as you could tell on-air Monday on AM1570 WNST.net. We’re going to be even more active in the community over the next few days, and we need you to be a part of it.

On December 18, we’ll be making our annual donation to the Helping Up Mission downtown. If you’re not familiar with the work of the Mission, I encourage you to head to their website. I’m always overwhelmed by the work that group is doing every year when we get down there. The Helping Up Mission welcomes men who are absolutely broken-due to poverty, homelessness, addiction, etc. and works to get them back on their feet and return them to the community. They also work as an overnight shelter to keep people off the street at night.

This is the third straight year we’re collecting coats here at WNST. Our friends at Enoch Office Equipment partner with us annually, as they allow people to drop off coats at their office and then help us transport them downtown. Here’s a picture they posted on their Facebook page last year of just a few of the coats and one of the men from the Mission…

We’re up against it a bit this year, as we need to make the donation ONE WEEK FROM TODAY (Tuesday, December 18) and we’ve been off to a bit of a slow start because there’s just been so much going on. We NEED to step it up.

We need you to bring us your coats. We also need your jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, hats, gloves, mittens, scarves and any other warm clothes you can gather up. We need your old clothes and your new clothes. We need your clothes that don’t fit. We need your clothes with the one button missing. We need men’s clothes, but we also need clothes for women, kids and even babies. You have to keep in mind that many of these mean have children and families and will not be able to give gifts without donations.

We need to lift up those less fortunate this holiday season. We need to help keep our community warm as the temperatures eventually stay below 40 for a few months. Keep in mind-winter doesn’t even officially start for more than a week.

So we’re gathering together Tuesday night to celebrate and raise coats. Our annual coat drive hits Buffalo Wild Wings in White Marsh (at the White Marsh Mall). Drew Forrester will be over there at 6pm, Ryan Chell and I will head that way as soon as “The Reality Check” goes off the air. We’ll be collecting coats, talking sports, eating asian zing wings (or maybe even other types of wings), drinking beer and just hanging out. No radio show, no silly events, just the opportunity to hang out with fellow members of the WNST.net community and do some good this holiday season.

To further entice you to hang out with us Tuesday night, it’s $.50 traditional wing night at B-Dubs and anyone who brings at least one coat will receive a $5 gift card. Since Mr. Radcliffe did a hell of a job teaching me math at Perry Hall High School, I can tell you with assurance that means a single coat will get you ten free wings. I’m absolutely certain I’ll be taking advantage of this.

It’s going to be a great night and I can’t wait to see everybody out there. I REALLY hope you’ll be bringing out coats. John Harbaugh said Monday “my charge…is to maximize the opportunities for our team to win.” Our charge as members of the WNST.net community is to lift up those in need. This is a simple opportunity to do just that and have a great time hanging out with other Baltimore sports fans.

You all did an amazing job coming through for the community during our annual canned food drive…

…we need you to come through similarly in the next week with warm clothes.

If for some reason you can’t make it Tuesday night, there are some more options for donating coats this week. Nestor Aparicio will be back at the White Marsh Mall Wednesday night for Santa Spirit Night and would gladly take your donation then. We’ll be at Greenmount Station in Hampstead with Dennis Pitta Thursday night for “Thursday Night Live” presented by Freedmont Mortgage at 7pm. The Weekend Warriors will be at Top Hat Cue Club on Satyr Hill Rd. Saturday from 12-3pm and would also be happy to accept donations. You can also stop by any day Monday-Friday 6am-6pm (until next Tuesday at 10am) at the Zone Superstore Studios at 1550 Hart Rd. in Towson with your donation.

But we REALLY hope to see you Tuesday night at BWW White Marsh.

Let’s celebrate community service at least HALF as much as we celebrated a coach getting fired Monday.

Please?

-G

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Join us for WNST Orange Roadtrip to Fenway Park & Boston (Sept. 21-23)

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Join us for WNST Orange Roadtrip to Fenway Park & Boston (Sept. 21-23)

Posted on 05 September 2012 by WNST Trips

Join the WNST crew as we we take our first-ever Baltimore baseball roadtrip to Boston to see the Birds battle the Red Sox at Fenway Park on Sept. 21 & 22.

WNST has been in existence since 1998. We’ve taken more than 11,000 Baltimore sports fans on roadtrips over the years and we’ve NEVER taken a playoff-push September on-the-road-to-the-postseason trip until now!

We’re very excited about the opportunity to see meaningful baseball at Fenway Park in the fall!

Our WNST orange charter bus will depart White Marsh Mall area at 6am on Friday, Sept. 21 and arrive in Boston for a late lunch. We’ll provide transportation to and from Fenway Park for Friday’s 7:05 p.m. game and again on Saturday for a 1:05 p.m. contest.

Our trip will return early Sunday morning and we hope to be back in Baltimore in time for lunch on Sunday afternoon (and of course, the Ravens home game that night with the New England Patriots).

WNST Fenway Roadtrip includes:

Roundtrip motorcoach transportation provided by Gunther Motorcoach

One outfield seat to two (2) Baltimore at Boston baseball games (Friday & Saturday)

Two (2) nights hotel accommodations at Holiday Inn Express-Waltham

Food, beer, light snacks for ride to Boston on Friday morning

PRICING:

SINGLE ($475)

DOUBLE ($350) two people in each room

TRIPLE ($325) three people in each room

QUAD ($300) four people in each room

How many in your room?

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Join WNST on our big Terps roadie bus to Brooklyn for Maryland vs. Kentucky (Nov. 9)

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Join WNST on our big Terps roadie bus to Brooklyn for Maryland vs. Kentucky (Nov. 9)

Posted on 02 August 2012 by WNST Trips

WNST is proud to continue to take Baltimore sports fans on the road as we travel to Brooklyn, N.Y. to see the brand new Barclays Center as the Maryland Terrapins take on the Kentucky Wildcats on Nov. 9th.

Our WNST “Hell In A Shell” Roadtrip on Friday, November 9, 2012 will leave White Marsh Mall area at 2 p.m. for the 8:30 p.m. start.  We’ll arrive in Brooklyn well before gametime on Nov. 9 and will follow up with an email when we have an official confirmation on the tip-off time. Bus will leave 45 minutes after final buzzer and we’ll be back in Baltimore about five hours after the conclusion of the game.

We expect this bus to sell out quickly and tickets are LIMITED!!!

Come all Terps fans!!!! This is our first bus of this kind in several years!!!!

Price Includes:

Roundtrip transportation on Gunther Motorcoach

One upper deck game ticket

Breakfast snacks & donuts

Limited amount of beer, soda for the ride

We’ll also have some fun videos and giveaways for the trip.

COST: $115.70 per person

Simply click on ADD TO CART below…

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