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Tanya Tucker Concert and Cruise-In for Veterans

 

 

Prestige Communications is proud to be a part of the 

Texas Tranzplants Fall Cruise In and Concert to

benefit area veterans. Click here for more

details!

 

 

 

Prestige Radio

Prestige Communications is a locally-owned group of 6 radio stations based in Macomb, Illinois. We're committed to bringing you a wide variety of programming to try to meet the diverse needs of listeners in Western and West Central Illinois and Southeastern Iowa. 

Our stations offer listeners the following formats: Alternative, Classic Rock, Hot Country, News/Talk, Oldies, and Top 40.

 

We're committed to providing quality local programming to Western Illinois with live/local shows, local news and local sports. 

 

We're proud to be a part of this great community and truly believe that radio advertising is an effective way for area businesses to grow and be successful even in this unstable economy. 

 

We hope you enjoy our websites and if there is anything we can do for you, please contact us at 309-833-2121, email us at: radio@prestigeradio.com or stop by the stations at 1034 West Jackson, Macomb, IL 61455. We're open 8-5 Monday through Friday. 

 

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What's New...

We've moved! Please pick-up prizes and/or conduct any other business with us at our new location at 1034 West Jackson (across from Hardee's) in Macomb. Our phone number

is still 309-833-2121.

 

 


Prestige Updates

  • By Zach Boblitt, News Director

     

    Macomb is looking at combining Downtown Development and Tourism into one department.

     

    The Community Development Committee held a meeting yesterday discussing the consolidation of the two departments.

     

    Macomb Mayor Mike Inman says that the tourism and downtown development work well together.

     

     

     

    As Inman mentioned much of the money that goes into tourism and downtown development is from the hotel/motel tax.

     

    Inman continued by saying that the reason for possible consolidation is not because the state is cutting city budgets.

     

     

    City Administrator Dean Torreson recommended the consolidation as a financial break to the city.

     

    The proposal to end the contract with the Macomb Area Convention and Visitors Bureau and to consolidate tourism with downtown development will be discussed further at the committee of the whole meeting on July 13th.

     

    The next full Macomb City Council meeting is scheduled for Monday July 6th.

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