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For Immediate Release
March 31, 2010
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Debra Toomer
305.218.2252

(BPRW) Bishop Victor T. Curry and the AM1490 WMBM Morning Glory Crew Broadcast Live from the 135th Annual Session of the Florida General Baptist Convention, Inc. April 6th-9th Lake Buena Vista, Florida (Orlando)

(BLACK PR WIRE) (Miami) Beginning at 8:00am on April 6th AM 1490 WMBM’s Morning Show will air live from the beautiful complex of the Buena Vista Palace Hotel and Spa, 1900 Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830-2206, the host venue for the 135th Annual session of the Florida General Baptist Convention, Inc., (FGBCI).

Under the banner “Solidarity with the Savior – Season of Sacrifice,” the Florida General Baptist Convention, Inc. has committed 135 years of service to The Kingdom of God and Humanity. This year’s Convention will offer attendees critical information to better serve God by better serving as our brothers’ keeper.

The highly popular, sometimes controversial Morning Glory Show with Bishop Victor T. Curry will take the South Florida Icon, WMBM On the Road to the Convention in keeping with WMBM’s mission, and more importantly, the Bible’s mandate to “go ye therefore into all the world.” Convention topics and action plans include Relief Efforts for Haiti, Education and Economic empowerment. In this regard, on Wednesday April 7th, beginning at 2:00pm, Bishop Victor T. Curry will host a Political Forum during the Social Justice Hour at which time Convention Attendees and the community at-large will hear from US Senate and Gubernatorial Candidates. Candidate RSVP responses are as follows:

US Senate Candidates: Rev. Tyrone Brown, Kevin Burns, Maurice Ferre and Kendrick Meek- yes; Charlie Crist, Chuck Lynch and Lawrence Penpek-no; Raphael Herman and Marco Rubio- pending.

Gubernatorial Candidates: Joe Allen, Michael Arth, Tim Devine, Phillip Kennedy, Farid Khavari, Anthony Knox, Sr., Berthram Samuel and James Van Driessche – yes; Paula Dockery, Bill McCollum, Alex Sink-no; Ed Heeney, Josue Larose, and Darrin McGillis-pending.

“We must hear from our Candidates in order that we make sound, informed decisions when we go to the polls,” said Bishop Curry. “The Candidates must also hear from the people as they are elected to serve and improve the quality of life of Floridians.”

The Forum is free and open to all. Tune in to wmbm.com for the live broadcast and logon to WMBM on FACEBOOK for updates. For interviews with Bishop Curry call Debra Toomer 305.218.2252. For more information call 1.800.721.WMBM .

WMBM, a media pillar in the community, has served South Florida and the world via the Internet with up-to-the minute news, empowering talk shows, inspirational, edifying and encouraging gospel music and so much more. Since the 1995 purchase of AM1490 WMBM by New Birth Broadcasting Corporation, (NBBC), under the leadership of Bishop Victor T. Curry, D.Min., D.D., President/Gm, the landscape of Gospel Radio has changed with local as well as national recognition for WMBM’s contribution to society. WMBM has also made impressive contributions to the information network by empowering its listeners with late-breaking news and life-changing programming. WMBM, the first black-owned and operated station in South Florida, with a coverage map of over 1,500,000 homes and businesses, is one of the first radio stations to stream its broadcast via the Internet.