We always support our locally owned businesses in every way that we can. Bobby and Liberty would love to broadcast from your business in November 2021.

Last November we offered free one-hour broadcasts to local businesses that needed a boost going into the holiday season. That went over so well, we offered the free broadcasts to locally-owned restaurants in March. For the 2021 holiday season, we are happy to extend this offer to any locally-owned business.

What We Offer

We'll bring our station vehicle to your location for one hour and broadcast two live commercial spots during that time. We'll let everyone know about your business, the specials you offer, and anything that you want to get the word out about.

Listen Local. Shop Local

If you don't already have MY 105.3 on in your business, we invite you to give us a try. You can stream our app anywhere, and you can connect it to a Bluetooth speaker and listen while you work. If you do listen to us at your business, thank you! We look forward to promoting every local business that we can.

Sign My Business Up

Just send me an email: liberty@my1053wjlt.com to book your FREE 1-hour broadcast. These broadcasts will be first come, first serve beginning November 8, 2021, and running through the week of December 4, 2021.

We will be offering up to TEN broadcasts per week with a limit of one per business.

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