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WGAN 
420 Western Avenue
South Portland, ME 04106Office Hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.ALL PRESS RELEASES SHOULD BE EMAILED TO NEWS@560WGAN.COM OR FAXED TO (207) 761-7765.

Business Phone: (207) 774-4561 Business Fax: (207) 774-3788
News Phone: (207) 761-5600 News Fax: (207) 761-7765

Listener Line for Local Shows: (207) 879-WGAN (879-9426)

If you have a general question, please e-mail us at wgan@560wgan.com.

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Directions to WGAN 
From the North or South:
Take 95 (The Maine Turnpike) to exit 46 (formerly 7a). Take a right off the exit. Take a right at the next light. Go straight at the next light. Staples and Burlington Coat Factory are on your left. We’re on your right.

From 295 South:
Take exit 3. At the first lights, go right. Go straight through one light. At the second light, turn right. Go straight through one more light. Staples and Burlington Coat Factory are on your right. We’re on your left just after D’Angelo’s.


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