Troy Dunken is a radio veteran with 23 years of experience and a prominent digital creator. Troy moved to Rochester in 2007 to host the morning show on 106.9 KROC. As time passed, his responsibilities grew, eventually leading him to his current role as the Director of Content for Townsquare Rochester - Preston. His influence extends far and wide, collaborating with global giants like Netflix, Sleep Number, and Blue Apron, as well as regional powerhouses such as Kwik Trip and Minnesota State, along with numerous local businesses. Beyond his professional life, he cherishes family time, exploring Minnesota with his wife and young children, discovering new restaurants, indulging his passion for the outdoors through camping and kayaking, and pursuing his love for running, conquering hundreds of half marathons and several full marathons.
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