the No-Nonsense Round Table
Every Saturday Morning from 10am-11am on WHAM1180
Bringing businesses and individuals together in order to help people make informed decisions and educated purchases.
Each week features a different guest who can engage, inform and entertain the audience with relevant and timely information. The public is encouraged to call in with comments and questions.
Dom Genova has made a name for himself in Rochester as “The No-Nonsense car dealer” and has been a part of the WHAM radio scene since 1994. Dom enjoys educating buyers about the car business so they can make informed car-buying decisions. His business, Genesee Valley Motors is the recipient of many prestigious awards including; an “ETHIE” from the Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation and a BBB “Torch Award”.
Jim Salmon is a Home Inspector and WHAM radio personality with his call-in radio show the “Home Repair Clinic”. For 30 years Jim has been educating listeners on home maintenance and repair issues. His honest and straightforward advice has earned him the respect of thousands of listeners. His approach to home inspection, “I work for the home buyer” has earned him the trust of thousands of homeowners.
Scheduled to Appear:
Saturday July 27th 10am-11am
News Anchor WHAM 13 TV
No one would’ve been surprised if Doug had grown up to become a pharmacist, after all his father and grandfather owned drug stores in Honeoye Falls, Scottsville and Rochester, but after a visit to the WOKR-TV station as a boy, Doug knew what he wanted to do when he grew up. After graduating from Rush-Henrietta High School, Doug went on to earn a Bachelor's degree at Syracuse University. He joined WOKR-TV in 1983 to anchor a program called NewsScope before moving onto evening sportscasts in 1986 and eventually onto evening newscasts in 1989. In 2000, Doug took on his role as anchor of 13WHAM News This Morning which ultimately became Good Day Rochester.
Doug serves on the boards of Camp Stella Maris, ABVI-Goodwill and Daystar, a unique daycare and foster home for babies with serious medical issues.