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OH NO: Group says radio host owes them money

The of the Boys and Girls of Vineland claims local personality Brian “Corky” Warren, a Pittsgrove Township resident, stiffed the organization for more than $2,000.

Chris Volker, executive director for the non-profit, filed papers in small clams court last year in Salem County in an attempt to recoup that Warren, a former WVLT Cruisin 92.1 radio host, allegedly told the Boys and Girls Club he would pay them to supply entertainment for a last spring.

“It was agreed that Corky Warren would pay for Jerry Blavat (a radio personality) if we celebrated Corky’s birthday and honored him at the event with a roast,” Volker said .

Volker said the event went off without a hitch, but the Boys and Girls Club was never paid more than a $500 deposit from Warren for Blavat’s appearance. Volker claimed Warren wrote a check for the balance due, but stopped payment on that check.

“We had to pay $2,100 out of our pockets. This was a fund-raiser for ,” he said.

says radio host owes them money – .com.

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