Prize Partner

Prize Partner

The Cayuga Radio Group’s “Prize Partner” program is a unique way to get your local business highlighted.

Meet our “Prize Partners”:
Joe’s Restaurant-602 West Buffalo Street, Ithaca
-Great space for groups with plenty of free parking
-Ithaca landmark since 1932
-Family friendly
-Great pizza, pasta and more traditional Italian cuisine
-Open for lunch and dinner daily
Call 607-882-9609
On-line www.hjhospitality.com/joes-restaurant or https://www.facebook.com/pages/Joes-Ithaca/171342236006?ref=br_tf
Or shop Joe’s Restaurant at Cayuga Market Place

Take Root Massage-307 North Tioga Street Ithaca
-Brand new convenient location downtown Ithaca on Tioga Street with free parking
-Use all natural products – oils, body scrubs, mud masks, etc
-Aromatherapy and hot towel treatment included as a part of all massage
-Services:
Take Root Signature Massage 30, 60, and 90 minute sessions available
Hot Stone Massage Chair massage Reflexology Body Scrub
Refresh and Rebalance at Take Root Massage
Call (607) 592-0010 or email takerootmassage@gmail.com for an appointment
Online http://takerootmassage.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/Takerootmassage
Or shop Take Root Massage at Cayuga Market Place

Natalia’s Boutique, 107 East State Street Ithaca on the Commons
Trendy & Chic to Smooth & Sleek Natalia’s Boutique will fit you from morning til night
Check them out at Cayuga Market Place and online at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Natalias-Boutique

About our “Prize Partnership”:
Prizes get listeners to notice your brand, bring new faces into your business, and create goodwill and positive image to your company.

We partner with local businesses to promote their business by giving away these prizes to our listeners on the air or online.

Listeners love contests and enjoy trying to win them. Being a prize partner help local businesses gain promotional support and imaging. Many of our largest advertisers started the radio relationship with our listeners by becoming prize partners.
Guidelines to Prize Partner prizes:

• Prize must be valued at a minimum of $25.
• Cannot be a “coupon” that requires additional purchase.
• Must have an expiration date minimum of six (6) months from giveaway.

Our Stations: Format
WHCU-95.9FM/870AMNews Talk
WNYY-97.7FM/1470AMProgressive Talk
WIII-I-100-Classic Rock
WQNY-103.7 Q Country-Country
WYXL-Lite Rock 97.3-Adult Contemporary
Rewind 107.7-Classic Hits
Z 95.5-Top 40
96.7 The Vine-Adult Alternative
98.7 The Buzzer Sports

We match your business with the proper radio station listener demographics to impact your most logical potential customers.

Prize Partners are subject to promotional inventory.

For more information, contact cfozmun@cyradiogroup.com at 607-257-6400.

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