Chee Chee started at Brewer Media in 1991 and has since worked in several positions. She is currently an Account Executive and Host of The Saturday Morning Groove. Chee Chee says, “Being on the radio doesn’t seem like work, it feels like hanging out with friends, sitting on a stage while knowing tons of people are in the audience. I Love What I do! I’m very passionate about what I do; I’m thankful and grateful to all mighty God for where He has brought me from, and I love helping others, even if it’s just a kind word! Give God all the praises!”
Jay “The Champ” Bell is an active member of Hamlet Chapel C.M.E. Church where he serve as a Trustee and Exhorter. He also speaks at different churches; community centers and schools to encourage youth to do the right thing and stay on the right pat as well as speaking to and counseling at risk youth.
The Champ began boxing in 1976 and fought over 22 years. The Champ has a record of 101 fights, lost 9 and knockout 78 in his amateur career. Jay Bell turned professional in 1984 after the Olympic trials. In his professional career, Jay Bell won 25 fights, knocked out 23, lost 2, and had 1 draw. At one time, he was ranked 7th in the world.
Jay Bell won 24 amateur championship titles; won the Southern Golden Gloves Championship in 1983 & 1984; made it to the Semi finals in the Nationals in 1983; made it to the Quarter Finals in 1984; made it to the semi finals of the Olympic trials in 1984; won the 1991 SEBC Jr. Middle Weight title; Fought on the USA boxing team with Holderfield; Mark Breland; Briggs and Tyson and was a Jefferson Award winner.
Jay Bell fought for the World Championship in 1993 and lost.
Jay “The Champ” Bell was inducted into the Hall of Fame on 2004.