Contact Us

Z-Line – 931.431.0975

Business Line – 931.648.7720
Fax – 931.648.7769

Z Mornings: Tiffany and Tyler
Mid-days: Samantha Knight
Afternoons/Brand Manager: J-Rod
Marketing/Promotions Director: Chris Harris
Sales Manager: Summer Jackson
General Manager: Katie Gambill

Mailing Address:
Z 97.5/WZZP
1640 Old Russellville Pike
Clarksville TN 37043

Q: Where are your offices located?
A: Our address is:
1640 Old Russellville Pike.
Clarksville, TN. 37043

Q: What are your office hours?
A: Our office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Q: What is the request line number?
A: 931-431-0975

Q: How many times can I win on Z 97.5?
A: Listeners are only eligible to win once in a 30-day time period for a prize valued at $20 or more.

Q: If I am a business who wants to advertise, whom should I contact?
A: Contact our General Sales Manager, Summer Jackson.

Q: Whom should I contact for programming and music?
A: Contact our Brand Manager, Jared Mims.

Q: What about station promotions?
A: Contact our Promotions / Marketing Director, Chris Harris.

Q: What about public service announcements?
A: Contact our PSA Coordinator, Lee Erwin.

Q: What about Z 97.5′s website?
A: Contact our Brand Manager, Jared Mims.

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