Cumulus Detroit Radio Stations and the U.S. Marine Corps Kick Off 2021 Toys For Tots Toy Drive


CUMULUS MEDIA announces that its three Detroit radio stations, 96.3 WDVD, New Country 93.1 (WDRQ), 760 WJR, together with the U.S. Marine Corps, have launched their annual toy drive benefiting Toys For Tots of Southeastern Michigan. 96.3 WDVD’s The Blaine Fowler Morning Show kicked off this year’s campaign to help area children have a brighter holiday season with a live remote broadcast on Monday, November 1st at Gordon Chevrolet, 31850 Ford Road, Garden City, MI, where generous donors may drop off new, unwrapped toys for children of all ages now through Thanksgiving.

The 2021 Toys For Tots Toy Drive will continue to collect toy donations on Saturday, November 27th and Sunday, November 28th from 9am to 6pm, at Oakland Mall, 412 West 14 Mile Road, Troy, MI, and also at Novi Town Center, 43259 Crescent Boulevard, Novi, MI. On Saturday, December 4th and Sunday, December 5th, the 2021 Toys For Tots Drive will collect toy donations from 9am to 6pm at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, 4000 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills, MI; and at The Home Depot, 23300 West Allen Road, Woodhaven, MI.

Steve Finateri, Vice President/Market Manager, Cumulus Detroit, said: “We couldn’t be more proud to support the great work of our U.S. Marine Corps for this very worthy cause for children.”

Blaine Fowler, Host, The Blaine Fowler Morning Show on 96.3 WDVD, commented: “Toys For Tots and the U.S. Marine Corps have been helping kids receive toys since 1947. Your donation can help families to have a more joyful holiday season. It’s our privilege to get the word out and help Toys For Tots make this a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday Season for all!”

David Cooper, Vice President, Toys For Tots, said: “Last year despite the pandemic, Toys For Tots was able to deliver toys to almost 31,000 kids in Wayne and Oakland counties. The goal is always to do more. Thank you to Cumulus Radio Detroit for everything you do getting the word out. This year, we’re looking forward to helping as many children as possible.”