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US 101 wins CMA Award for "Radio Station of the Year"

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CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) -  It's not very often country music stars take time out of their busy schedule to call a local radio station. 

But that was the case Wednesday morning. 

Luke Bryan phoned in to our partners at US 101, informing them of their CMA Award for "Radio Station of the Year" in the small market division.

The radio hosts say they owe a big thanks to the people of Chattanooga. 

Styckman, US 101, "We pin this one totally on the listeners of Chattanooga. First and foremost, we absolutely have to thank them for accepting us into their family because they're certainly a part of ours."

Styckman and Gator also won "Radio Personality of the Year" in the small market division. 

From everyone here at Channel 3, we'd like to congratulate US 101 for their big win. 

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