Trading Radio Studio for Restaurants Is a Delicious Deal
Over the last few months, you may have heard Fun107 live in the afternoon from over a dozen SouthCoast restaurants.
Don't get me wrong. I love being in the studio for my job, but nothing beats getting out to all my favorite SouthCoast spots. They offer not only an awesome way to see all of your smiling faces in person but also to get the word out about our local businesses.
Just look at the picture above that I took at Ella's Wood Burning Oven in Wareham. I hung out with a bunch of happy people while tasting some amazing local dishes and making listeners drool on the drive home.
It's the dream gig.
All the restaurants that I have visited end up giving you half-price deals.
I'd like to keep this afternoon radio show of mine on the road and continue to hit up more restaurants in the area.
This is where you come in.
Whenever I go to a restaurant and do this broadcast, the deals sell out in record time. Clearly, we are hitting up spots that you love. What's even better is that so many people are getting out and trying new dishes and restaurants they have been meaning to try for so long.
Which begs the question: What restaurants are we missing? I know there are tons in the area that I haven't been to but I can't for the life of me think of the perfect one.
Also, I want my next restaurant tour to be full of places that you want to visit or where you can snag a half-price deal.
What are your must-try restaurants and dishes?
Your suggestion just might end up part of our next radio restaurant tour. Hit me up at Jackson@Fun107.com.