Pamplin Media offers help to local businesses
Small businesses are the heart and soul of our communities. As a family-based and locally owned company, Pamplin Media understands that these are challenging times for all small businesses.
In a show of support, Pamplin Media Group has established a $1 million matching advertising fund to assist local businesses as they start to prepare to reopen in the coming months.
"We pride our business on the great relationships we have established with each of the communities we serve," said J. Brian Monihan, vice president with the Pamplin Media Group. "We are doing this to not only help our local business survive the current economic challenges, but to help them thrive afterwards. Finding a way that we can both work together to support each other has never been more important."
These matching advertising funds are open to local businesses, non-profits and business associations and range in value from $250 to $10,000 per month.
These funds can be used on any digital and print products owned and operated by the Pamplin Media Group during the months of May or June.
Simply go to www.pamplinmedia.com/advertising-grant to apply. We will contact all applicants within one to two business days with a response. For more information please contact your local Pamplin Media Group advertising representative.
About the Pamplin Media Group
Every week the Pamplin Media Group reaches 1.2 million readers in the Portland metro area and beyond. We offer the most read websites, social media streams and newspapers in each of the 24 communities we serve. For the business community, the Pamplin Media Group publishes the Business Tribune weekly in more than 70,000 newspapers. Digitally, the Business Tribune website, www.pamplinmedia.com/business-tribune, has a daily readership of almost 3,000 and our weekly email blast has almost 30,000 subscribers.
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