As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Fun 107 has decided to donate free commercials to SouthCoast businesses that are struggling. Market President Mark Stachowski said that that the offer is good for both current advertisers and non-advertisers alike.

"We feel for our fellow small businesses as we all try to get through this unprecedented situation as best we can," said Stachowski. "The bottom line is the sooner local business gets back to normal, the better things are going to be for all of us. If offering these complimentary commercials can help a SouthCoast small business survive this crisis, then we are happy to do it."

The free commercials will be geared towards how the business is tackling the coronavirus problem. What innovations are they implementing? What changes have they made to operations to make things safe and compliant to state regulations? What promotions or offers can we highlight that will help bring customers back as soon as business is back up and running again?

The goal is to show the audience that these businesses are being proactive in their approach, that they understand the struggle that the community is going through, and that they will be here and ready with their offers as soon as the state's restrictions are lifted.

Businesses who are interested in taking advantage of the offer can fill out this form:

"We truly believe the businesses that stay in the forefront and don't go dark during this time will be put in the best position to win when this is over," said Stachowski.

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