Entercom Radio to move to Ruffin Building
06/23/2014 5:00 AM
06/25/2014 5:53 PM
WICHITA — After two decades in Brittany Center at 21st and Woodlawn, Entercom Radio is moving its Wichita office.
By early 2015, Entercom will be in the Ruffin Building at 9111 E. Douglas. That's the building that's perhaps better known as the former Pizza Hut headquarters.
Entercom is taking 12,000 square feet there.
"The Ruffing Building better suits our needs," says vice president and general manager Jackie Wise.
Entercom stations include KNSS, 1330-AM, KEYN, 103.7-FM, KDGS, 93.9-FM, KFBZ, 105.3-FM, and KFH Sports, which is on 98.7-FM and 1240-AM. All of them are moving to the Ruffin Building.
"We are very excited about moving over there," Wise says. "We think it's a great facility that's well maintained, and it's a wonderful location."
Chris Ruffin and Jon Cyphert of Ruffin Properties and Craig Ablah of Classic Real Estate handled the deal.
"We're so glad to have them," Ruffin says of Entercom.
The move likely will happen in February or March.
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