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Linda Cushingham

Linda Cushingham was born and raised in sunny Southern California. She married her high school sweetheart and raised two beautiful girls, Corrissa and Heather.

Linda and her family lived in Cheyenne, Wyoming for twelve years. She then spent a year in Sicily and eight years in Missouri, the "Show Me" state. Finally, the family arrived in Montana – "The Final Frontier" – and, yes, Linda is a Star Trek fan!

Linda and her family have lived in Montana for just under fifteen years and they love it!

Linda worked for SAMS Club for four and half years in the Sales/Marketing Department. She was the Advantage Member Services Rep/Sales Supervisor. She started her radio career about ten years ago as an Account Executive for Fisher Radio. She sold advertising for the heritage rock station Q-106 FM and News-Talk 1450 AM. At about year four, she took a six-month hiatus to sell mortgage loans for First Horizon Home Loans. She desperately missed the chaos of radio and quickly came back to take over as Sales Manager for Fisher Radio stations KIKF FM-Hot Country and KLSK-Classic Country. She lost KLSK after about a year and took over KINX FM -Adult Variety along with KIKF FM where she remained Sales Manager for four years. In September 2007, she was promoted to General Sales Manager of all five stations. After many years in radio, Linda is incredibly excited to begin this new chapter of her life with KFBB TV - doing what she loves most - DIRECT SALES!

If you have any questions for Linda you can email her at linda.cushingham@cowlesmontana.com.

 

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