WSLW

The selectable images and aerial photographs within this page show facts about WSLW. WSLW is an Sports formatted broadcast radio station licensed to White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, serving White Sulphur Springs and Lewisburg in West Virginia. WSLW is owned by Todd P. Robinson, Inc.

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For a while, WSLW was licensed to the town of "White Sulphur Spring" in West Virginia, though there is no town by that spelling in West Virginia. The correct spelling of the town's name is White Sulphur Springs. This was finally corrected sometime in 2011.

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WRON-FM (0 km)

WRON-FM is a country formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Lewisburg, West Virginia, serving the Lewisburg/Ronceverte/Rainelle/Union area. WRON-FM is owned and operated by Radio Greenbrier, Inc. Station Swap and Sale All Access reported on September 20th, 2007 that Todd P. Robinson, Inc.'s WKCJ (now WVBB) would be swapped to Radio Greenbrier, Inc. for WRON-FM. This took place on August 1st, 2008. WKCJ (now at 97.7) applied to move south to Elliston-Lafayette, Virginia (which is between Roanoke and Christiansburg). The swap ensured that when Todd P. Robinson, Inc. moves the 97.

Greenbrier River Trail (2.89 km)

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Greenbrier Classic (3.79 km)

The Greenbrier Classic is a golf tournament on the PGA Tour, played on The Old White TPC at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. It made its debut in 2010 and replaced the long-standing Buick Open in Flint, Michigan on the tour schedule. Opened in 1914, The Old White course joined the TPC network of courses in March 2011. It was extended to in 2013 at an average elevation of approximately above sea level. Played in late July for its first two editions, The Greenbrier Classic moved to early July in 2012.

The Greenbrier (4.32 km)

The Greenbrier is a Forbes four-star and AAA Five Diamond Award winning luxury resort located just outside the town of White Sulphur Springs in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, United States. For most of its history, the hotel was owned by the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway and its successors, including the CSX Corporation. Before its most recent purchase and sale, the hotel was operated by CSX Hotels, Inc., a subsidiary of the CSX Corporation. Following a year of heavy losses, CSX placed the hotel into bankruptcy in 2009.

White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia (4.33 km)

White Sulphur Springs is a city in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, United States. The population was 2,444 at the 2010 census. Geography White Sulphur Springs is located at (37.793975, -80.303538). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of, of which, is land and is water. Education White Sulphur Springs Elementary Greenbrier Episcopal School Demographics 2010 census As of the census of 2010, there were 2,444 people, 1,131 households, and 647 families residing in the city. The population density was .

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