Roy Spencer (pictured) started his company, Perma-Seal Basement Systems, four decades ago from the back of his pick-up truck. He had that one vehicle, no employees, and only needed to support and feed himself. In 2018, Perma-Seal has three offices and 170 employees in the Chicagoland area. A big reason for his success is he's been a consistent advertiser on Chicago's radio stations. Here's Roy's story (Our weekly Advertiser Success Stories are sponsored by Sun & Fun Media)
Shawn Matian is a successful attorney, criminal defense expert, immigration activist, legal consultant and founder of the L.A. law firm The Matian Firm. A big reason for his success is the fact he used radio to build his business. Another reason for Matian's success is Lou Petracci, who sold radio successfully before launching his own company called 711 Media. We spoke to both Shawn (pictured left) and Lou about the power of radio and how it helped Matian become as successful as he has. (Our weekly Advertiser Success Stories are sponsored by Sun & Fun Media)
Chris Kroeger (pictured) hosts PrimeTime with Chris Kroeger weekday afternoons on Entercom’s WFNZ in Charlotte. OrthoCarolina, a physician-owned private company, is one of the nation’s leading independent academic orthopedics practices, serving North Carolina and the Southeast. And it’s one of WFNZ’s best clients. (Our weekly Advertiser Success Stories are sponsored by Sun & Fun Media)
(Advertiser Success Story) Boondocks is a 9,000-square-foot live music venue and bar in Springfield, IL, and it was recently recognized at the 51st Annual American Country Music awards as Nightclub of the Year. Since the venue opened in 2012, it has used two Neuhoff markets consistently to advertise (Today's Success Story is sponsored by Sun & Fun Media).
Joan Mestres is a senior marketing consultant for Hubbard Interactive in St. Louis. Mestres decided running PSAs for a local charity just wasn’t enough. She got creative, stayed persistent, and created several ideas for the Greater Missouri Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Not only did her ideas raise funds for the organization, they produced revenue for the station.