Consider the power of three!
96.3 FM. 1050 AM. 105.1 FM. Three is three times better than one, and we blanket the Lake Martin area and beyond!
The “rule of three” suggests that when things come in threes, they are inherently more effective and more memorable than other numbers of things. For example, a triangle is the strongest geometric shape, and the combined mathematical powers of three entities increases their power by more than three.
In sports competition, there are three classes of medals: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. And, of course, there are the Three Musketeers; breakfast cereal mascots Snap, Crackle, and Pop; the Three Bears (per Goldilocks); a three-ring circus; the three little pigs; the famous three French hens; the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria; rock, paper, and scissors; the typical number of mice in a group; the number of feet in a yard; the Bee Gees; The Supremes; the flavors in Neapolitan ice cream; the number of holes in a bowling ball; the number of teaspoons in a tablespoon; the number of wise men; and even (perhaps as a bad example but nevertheless a success) the Three Stooges.
We are the local three-station powerhouse, serving Alexander City, Dadeville, and the greater Lake Martin area. Collectively, we can reach hundreds of thousands of people in parts of more than 19 Alabama counties.
If you're in business or are involved with an area school, club, or community organization, 96.3 & 1050 WLMA and 105.1 WRFS we can maximize your messages to diverse audiences in a huge coverage area. And we are the only radio stations in Alexander City transmitting from antennas in Alexander City.
Multitasking is our art, and we are three serving Lake Martin – 96.3 & 1050 WLMA and 105.1 WRFS.
Serving greater Lake Martin from a tall tower in Alexander City, 96.3 and 1050 LMA blanket the lake's 750 miles of wooded shoreline as well as the surrounding area. 105.1 WRFS is our regional station, covering the Lake Martin area east to Auburn-Opelika and south into Wetumpka and through Montgomery.
Once the largest man-made body of water in the world and still one of the largest in the United States, Lake Martin covers 44,000 acres in Coosa, Elmore, and Tallapoosa counties. It's an important economic and recreational center for Alabama, providing boating, fishing, camping, golfing, and other recreational opportunities.
Lake Martin, Ala.
Last Updated on Feb 22 2017, 9:55 pm CST
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