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DriveTime Radio with New York Vinnie 11 – 02 – 19

DriveTime Radio with New York Vinnie is an entertaining weekly look at the fascinating world of automobiles from the classics to electric hybrid and fuel cell.

Latest news, interviews with industry people, new car and truck reviews, how to deal with the dealers and the best Sunday Drives will all be in DriveTime Radio. Have fun and learn something all while listening …in your car, while running errands or with the family gathered around the radio.

“Hey, where else are you going to find the Car Song of the Week?” said host New York Vinnie.

You probably know him for sports and his involvement in the community, but one of the other things New York Vinnie is passionate about is cars. Drivetime Radio lets him share that passion with you. He grew up in the automotive business and has been a licensed motor vehicle inspector and a licensed auto and truck damage appraiser.

You have heard Vinnie on KJR, KIRO, KOMO, The Mariners Radio Network, The Seahawks Radio Network and seen him on Q13 Sports and NWCN.

He loves a good road trip. Vinnie and his daughter Erin have driven cross country and to Graceland twice.

Learn all about this fun and informative program:

Contact: Vinnie Richichi
Email: Vinnie@drivetime-radio.com


DriveTime Radio with New York Vinnie is an entertaining weekly look at the fascinating world of automobiles from the classics to electric hybrid and fuel cell. Latest news, interviews with industry people, new car and truck reviews, how to deal with the dealers and the best Sunday Drives will all be in DriveTime Radio. Have fun and learn something all while listening.

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