Southern Ocean Chamber's Regional Report tells the world LBI Region is getting Back to Business
Southern Ocean Chamber and DMO launches weekly radio program, online and broadcast video series, social media and newsletter updates for the community near and far discussing what is happening after Sandy right from the source, local businesses.
Nov. 21, 2012 - PRLog -- The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce and its tourism arm the Long Beach Island Region Destination Marketing Organization, has begun its recovery plan to help the area business community by promoting the positive beginning this holiday season. Since Super Storm Sandy hit the beaches of LBI and pushed through mainland communities, the Chamber and DMO began the contingency plan set in place for a crisis Getting businesses the information they need to recover, and promotion of the recovery happening in the region. The Holiday Shopping season was the kick off from the public relation campaign to inform what is opening and what events are happening this season.
"Moving forward, it is all about spreading information that local businesses need their customers to hear" states Destination Marketing Director Lori Pepenella "We are highlighting every business, attraction and event that puts us one step closer in bringing LBI Region back to the people that love us." Businesses and groups are invited to be a guest at a new recovery radio program the LBI Regional Report airing Mondays 8am and 6pm weekly on 91.9FM WBNJ.org, give us an update to spread on the LBI Region Facebook and twitter pages or even be featured on part of the LBI Regional Report Video Series airing on LBITV and visitLBIregion.com and utilzing digital billboards. "The road to recovery is not easy,"adds Pepenella "but good news is worth sharing'
For more information on the LBI Regional Report and the efforts of the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce contact 609 494 7211, visit them back at their island office 265 West Ninth Street in Ship Bottom or online at www.visitLBIregion.com. LBI Regional Report Radio program can be heard anytime at www.wbnj.org