PR: Inreact Announces New Client: WDNA Community Radio

Coral Gables, FL: Inreact Inc., Inreact Inc., a digital development and marketing firm announced the signing of its newest client, WDNA
Public Radio. WDNA, which has been in operation for 41 years and is South Florida’s only non for profit jazz radio station, has retained Inreact to
redesign their main website and create a new website for WDNA’s annual jazz festival taking place in downtown Miami from Thursday, April 26th through
Saturday, April 28th.

WDNA’s Director of Membership and Development, Sarah Cruz, said “I chose to work with Inreact because after meeting with Ann and Ana, I realized I wasn’t
speaking with company representatives selling a service. I was speaking with friends and colleagues who understood our organization and wanted to help
us improve our digital approach to advancing our mission as community public radio.” Inreact will equip WDNA’s main website with online donations and
live streaming capabilities, amongst other tools and features.

Of the new client acquisition, Inreact Co-founder and Creative Director, Ann Nunez, said, “We are excited to be working with WDNA on these exciting projects.
My husband and I have been avid listeners of the station for several years now.”

Inreact specializes in streamlining businesses with mobile and cloud technologies.
About WDNA Public Radio: Known worldwide as South Florida’s premiere jazz music station, WDNA was licensed in 1977 by the FCC to the Bascomb
Memorial Broadcasting Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. WDNA’s mission is to provide quality public-centric music, arts, and cultural programming
to the residents of South Florida and beyond. In an ever changing radio landscape, WDNA remains committed to America’s Classical Music, alternative
voices, and the marriage of entertainment with enrichment.
About Inreact, Inc.: Inreact, Inc. is a web & app design/development company located in Coral Gables, FL. Inreact has developed several
projects for large multi-national and established organizations in the government sector such as Miami-Dade Parks Foundation and the private sector
such as the University of Miami. For more information or schedule an interview with Ann or Osiris Nuñez, please email



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