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Business in Partnership with Public Radio East
Public Radio East receives nearly 30% of its revenue from the generous support of its underwriters. In sponsoring Public Radio East, your company or organization reaches out to the community not only via the airwaves, but also through our web presence, publicradioeast.org. Each of these media offers the unique opportunity to support the ongoing services provided by public radio in addition to putting your company or organization before a well-informed and active local community.
Image Building - By supporting a valued community service, program sponsorship on Public Radio East is a proven way to distinguish your business or organization. On-air acknowledgements inform Public Radio East listeners, many of whom are difficult to reach via other media, about your business, where it is, and the products and/or services you provide.
Clarity - Unlike commercial advertising, your sponsorship message does not need to compete in a cluttered environment. Your message will stand out and be heard.
Active Listeners - Public Radio East listeners don't just listen, they get involved. They are leaders in their communities, decision-makers on whom your message will have impact.
Affordability - We build sponsorships around your budget with flexible purchasing options either in individual programs, such as Morning Edition and Car Talk or across multiple dayparts that give you visibility among a variety of audiences.
Quality Audience - Public Radio East listeners are generally well-educated and affluent. Some distinguishing characteristics of the public radio audience, compared with average U.S. adults are:
46% more college graduates*
41% more listeners with median HHI of $50,000 or more*
Twice the number of professionals and managers*
90% more likely to be active in local civic issue*
• Source: NPR Audience and Corporate Research, August 2002.
On going research shows that listeners hold a positive image of companies who support their local public radio station. For more information please contact Mike Foster, Business Account Representative at 252-638-7293, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Business Partners
3HC Home Health and Hospice Care
Alliance One International
Bern Bear Gifts
Bojangles Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits
Brent Milgrom Family Foundation
Brody School of Medicine
CarolinaEast Health Systems
Carolina Radiation Medicine
Carteret General Hospital
CCHC Imaging Center
Coastal Carolina Health Care
Craven Community College
Crystal Coast Civic Center
Crystal Coast Dermatology
Davis Murrelle Lyles and Huber
Dr. Martha O'Hara, DDS
Dunn & Dalton Architects
East Carolina Neurology
Eastern Carolina ENT, P.A.
Eastern Dermatology and Pathology, P.A.
East Carolina Psychiatric Consultants
ECU School of Theatre & Dance
ECU Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series
Edward Jones/Lou Balogh/Havelock
Edward Jones/Dan Roberts/New Bern
Edward Jones/Kevin Page/New Bern
Edward Jones/Michael Bass/New Bern
Edward Jones/Alice Cundiff/Swansboro
Emerald Isle Realty
First Citizens Bank
Bill Rust, The Flag Man
The Flower Shoppe
Fountain General Store
Franklin Street Partners
Graham Nuckolls Conner Law Firm
Greenleaf Memorial Park
Greenville Plastic Surgery
NC Community Foundation
Raymond James Financial
Rides Without Limits
Seymour Farms, Inc.
Southeastern Medical Oncology Center
Storytelling & Arts Center of the Southeast
Sumrell Sugg Attorneys at Law
Dr. Susan Vettichira
Terry Tait - Raymond James Financial
Trent Cadillac-Buick-GMC Trucks
Tully McDonald/Century 21
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of New Bern