Cyber Monday: Save On Advertising

November 30, 2009

If you want advertise on, we’ve got some good news for you.  We are having a “Cyber Monday” sale on advertising, giving business owners and managers the opportunity to save 33% on our new advertising packages.

We are opening up many more advertising slots on the area’s most popular local news source, and they are discounted for any business that inquires about advertising during the Cyber Monday sale.

If you are interested in advertising on, make sure you send an email to  or use our contact form by midnight tonight during our “Cyber Monday” sale. You must include your name, the name of your business, a valid email address and a contact phone number.

Contacting us about advertising does not obligate you to make any purchase. We will send you an email late in the day on Monday with all of the advertising details. You will have up until December 4 to decide to make your investment in advertising here on

Cyber Monday is the term that refers to the Monday following Black Friday. Most online retailers hold a Cyber Monday sale; it is traditionally the busiest day of the year for online retailers.

Advertising opportunities are limited, so respond early. Some restrictions apply. If you responded to our Black Friday sale, there’s no need to respond to this offer; it is the same savings opportunity.


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