Beaver Dam, WI

GKB's home office is located in its first market, Beaver Dam. Beaver Dam is near both Madison and Milwaukee, but the stations' strength has always been its commitment and focus on the local community. The Children's Radiothon, high school sports, The Daytona 500 party, and Race into Summer are just a few of GKB's signature events. The family atmosphere and long-term dedication of our staff has been a trademark that each GKB office aspires to match.

Cleveland, OH

Combining the work ethic and values of the midwest with an east coast edge, Cleveland's passionate sports fans were the driving force behind GKB entering Northeast Ohio in 2006. In October 2007, GKB moved downtown to the Galleria joining sports organizations including the Cleveland Cavaliers/Lake Erie Monsters, Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns, the MAC Conference and IMG located in the heart of downtown Cleveland. The city craves a sports championship more than any other we have seen and is counting on Jimmy Haslam, Paul Dolan, or Dan Gilbert to assemble the organization that will make it happen.

Green Bay, WI

Titletown USA! The NFL's smallest market is home to the only community-owned team in the league and the four time Super Bowl Champions. With its long term partnership with MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers as well as the Tundra Trio, a set of three properties located on Stadium Drive adjacent to Lambeau Field, GKB Events is ready to help you experience football season in style.

Janesville, WI

Rock County is the home of GKB's only rock station and our first ESPN affiliate. The Wisconsin/Illinois stateline features a plethora of festivals, events, and professional sports. GKB's Janesville office was our first downtown studio and the motivating force for the two additional downtown locations that have followed.

Madison, WI

The market that was the original inspiration for Good Karma Broadcasting was also the first sports market for GKB. The passion of Badgers, Packers, and Mallards fans makes Madison one of the best sports markets in the country. Sports Illustrated and ESPN's Scott Van Pelt have called Madison the best college town in America and we agree!

Milwaukee, WI

The largest market in GKB's home state was also the first major league market for the company. Milwaukee was the home of the company's first foray into text messaging, television simulcasts, and bilingual sports entertainment, while also having the honor of the company's first Division I flagship relationship (Marquette University), studio title partner (Time Warner Cable Studios) and MLB flagship relationship (Milwaukee Brewers - Spanish). Our move to downtown in 2005 helped shape our belief in the credibility, accessibility, and visibility that downtown Milwaukee provides.

West Palm Beach, FL

Seizing the opportunity of the largest market in the country without a sports radio station, GKB entered West Palm Beach with the company's first stand alone ESPN affiliated station with the purchase of ESPN 760. In 2013, GKB announced its acquisition of 106.3 FM, thus expanding their sports programming further throughout West Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast with ESPN 106.3 FM. With more golf courses, retired athletes, and transplanted fans than any market in the country, the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast are a unique gem for sports fans and participants. South Florida is also the home for major national and international events which in the last decade have included: The Honda Classic, MLB Spring Training, World Baseball Classic, Super Bowl, NCAA Tourney, World Series, and NBA Finals.

Beaver Dam, WI

GKB's home office is located in its first market, Beaver Dam. Beaver Dam is near both Madison and Milwaukee, but the stations' strength has always been its commitment and focus on the local community. The Children's Radiothon, high school sports, The Daytona 500 party, and Race into Summer are just a few of GKB's signature events. The family atmosphere and long-term dedication of our staff has been a trademark that each GKB office aspires to match.