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Brian Schumacher -General Sales Manager

Brian has worked in the media and marketing field for more than 30 years.  Nineteen of those have been spent

Allison Gruber-Local Sales Assistant

Allison Gruber is our Local Sales Assistant.  She joined WXOW/WQOW in September 2013. You can contact Allison at agruber@wxow.com

Deb Dornack-Account Executive

Deb Dornack has spent more than 20 years in the La Crosse market in television sales for WXOW. She now

Debby Nickel-Account Executive

For nearly 20 years, Debby Nickel has been in media sales in Wausau, Rice Lake and currently in La Crosse. 

Becky Kofal – Account Executive

Becky has over 25 years of experience in sales and customer service.  She has a strong media background with experience

Dick Daleki-Account Executive

As a business owner or manager you are contacted by a lot of different advertising reps from many different media,

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