The Dave Ramsey Show

More than 20 years ago, Dave took to the air to share practical answers for life's tough money questions. What started as a local show on one radio station in Nashville soon spread to another station … and another … and another.

Today, The Dave Ramsey Show is on more than 550 radio stations from coast to coast with more than 8 million listeners, but Dave's message hasn't changed. It's still as practical and common-sense as ever.

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Official Press Release


NASHVILLE, Tenn. — “The Dave Ramsey Show” joins the line-up on WKRO-AM 680 in Boston, weekdays from 7p.m. to 10p.m. ET, beginning Monday, July 27, 2015. Hosted by best-selling author, Dave Ramsey, the radio talk show focuses on life and how it happens to revolve around money. “The Dave Ramsey Show” can be heard on more than 550 radio stations nationwide with more than 8.5 million listeners weekly.

Entercom Boston VP/Market Manager Phil Zachary says the show perfectly complements WRKO’s fresh, new line-up.  “After a long day reporting and talking about hard news, Dave’s show invites our listeners into the homes of America’s working class to hear their stories, struggles and triumphs.  It’s radio ‘comfort food’ ideally suited to New England values.”
Brian Mayfield, vice president of Ramsey Media said, “Dave’s show is the perfect companion to WRKO’s line-up, and we are excited to start a conversation with our new audience.”

Listeners from across the country call in daily to ask Ramsey about: how to stop fighting with their spouse, teach their kids about money, save for retirement, kick a gambling habit, get out of debt and other life issues they are struggling with. Popular segments include “plasectomies” and “Debt Free Screams” – where listeners call in to tell Ramsey how much debt they have paid off and that they are now DEBT FREE!
To ask Ramsey a question, call in during the show at 1-888-825-5225 or send an e-mail to For more information about “The Dave Ramsey Show” visit

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