WhidbeyLocal.com Celebrates 5 years in Business

by WhidbeyLocal.com 13th October 2015

Facebook Contest for 5 Year Anniversary Celebration

 

It’s time to celebrate! WhidbeyLocal.com is proud to celebrate our 5 year anniversary of helping businesses on Whidbey Island with their internet marketing needs.

 

What was once just a vision has grown into a thriving company serving hundreds of businesses, and we are grateful for our success.

 

To celebrate, we’re offering free marketing on our website to one deserving business located on the island. This program includes 2 months of our best business listing AND a Large Header Banner Ad.

 

To nominate a business, simply tell us why your business, or one you know of, should be the winner. Just a few simple lines will do. Explain why the business should receive the prize, and we’ll select the winner.

 

Deadline to submit your vote is October 30, 2015. Send us your pick in a private Facebook message or via email to info@whidbeylocal.com, and we’ll announce the winner on November 2, 2015.  Only one submission per person please.

 

If you have any questions, please email Paul Hendrickson at phendrickson@whidbeylocal.com, or call him at 360-989-4040.

 

Thanks to all our clients and followers for your support. We appreciate you!

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Tuesday, 13th October 2015, 12:05pm.
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