J.P. Mascaro & Sons Corporate host “Preston & Steve Show”

By: For The Times Herald
The Times Herald

Friday, April 8, 2011 is going to be a special day at the J.P. Mascaro & Sons Corporate Headquarters Building in Audubon. On that day, Mascaro will host a 4-hour live broadcast of the wildly popular WMMR 93.3 Radio “Preston & Steve Show”.

Every year, Preston & Steve and WMMR Radio sponsor the “Camp out for Hunger” Food Drive to benefit Philabundance, Philadelphia’s largest food bank for the needy. Area businesses strive to be the top food donator for this worthy cause, and that honor for the 2010 Food Drive went to J.P. Mascaro & Sons and its employees, who topped all others with 63 tons of donated food.

Preston and Steve will celebrate the Mascaro effort with its live broadcast starting at 6:00 a.m. from the Mascaro Corporate Headquarters Building. As always, no one can ever predict what will happen on the Preston & Steve Show and during the broadcast; there will be special events, games and prizes.

The Preston & Steve Show, which has a huge following, features “Preston” Elliott and “Steve” Morrison, as well as Casey Boy, Nick Mcilwain, Kathy Romano and Marisa Magnatta. That group keeps the radio broadcast fast moving and always interesting.

Speaking about the food drive and the special live broadcast, Lindsay Mascaro, the Company Director of Community Relations, said “From the start, our employees were committed to winning the Camp Out For Hunger Food Drive and they achieved that goal through their individual efforts with the help of many of our customers. Preston and Steve are to be congratulated for sponsoring this worthy cause, and everyone at Mascaro is looking forward to their live broadcast from our Corporate Headquarters on April 8th”.

Mascaro’s effort in the Camp Out For Hunger Food Drive is another example of the company’s ongoing commitment to the community and to worthwhile programs, organizations and causes. For more information about J.P. Mascaro & Sons, visit its website at

Original Article on The Times Herald

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