Account Executive Tom Tinnel

Tom T.

I transferred to Knoxville to allow my wife to take advantage of a promotion to work for the Knox County school system after she won the Lunch Ladies episode of the Food Network show ‘CHOPPED’.

 I spent almost 10 years in the Navy as both an enlisted and an officer, working on submarines and flying airplanes for them. After getting out of the service, I have spent the last 20 years helping clients meet and exceed their expectations with outstanding and personalized customer service in a number of industries, including manufacturing, construction, banking, insurance and real estate. The common denominator across all industries is that clients want and deserve the very best I have to give, and I strive to do that every day.

I recently worked with our sister stations in Nashville, where I was able to help a lot of people brand their business utilizing SuperTalk 98.7, 104.5 The Zone and Titans Radio. Since moving here, I have found a tremendously friendly, small town feel in the area, and look forward bringing my strong work ethic great ideas to bear and partner with your business to help it grow. I would love to sit down and get to know you and your business and find out how I can best help you succeed. Call me on my cell phone at 615-512-9125, or send me an email at Tom.Tinnel@Cumulus.com.


 

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Country Music Association Pledges $1 Million to COVID-19 Relief Fund

Country Music Association Pledges $1 Million to COVID-19 Relief Fund

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Morgan Wallen Loves the Eagles, Man

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CMA Fest 2020 Has Been Canceled

CMA Fest 2020 Has Been Canceled

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