Rob Meyer has been with Zimmer Radio for nearly 20 years, and has a radio career that spans over four decades.
Born in Wichita, Rob grew up in the small town of Hastings, Nebraska and attended the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Rob left Nebraska and headed to Columbia, Missouri in 1989, where he worked for 3 years, before joining the United States Air Force at the start of the Gulf War.
After six years in the Air Force, Rob returned to radio in Colorado Springs, Colorado before joining Zimmer Radio, moving to Lawrence, KS, back to Columbia, and then to Joplin in 2005.
Serving in Joplin for more than a decade, Rob has been at the helm of several radio stations in the market. Rob is an integral part of the Zimmer Severe Weather team, and was on the air during the 2011 Joplin Tornado. He also organized and assisted with disaster recovery broadcasts that took place in the aftermath of the storm.
Rob has interviewed many Governors, Senators, and Congressman, as well as many celebrities from his music radio days.
Away from the studio, Rob is a huge Nebraska Cornhusker and the Kansas City Chiefs. He’s actively involved in the local community and loves the Four State area.