Chris Stevens and WPLM 99.1 offer Business Resource Center tools

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Chris Stevens and WPLM 99.1 FM introduce “Business Resource Center” for area business owners


PLYMOUTH, MA, ISSUED MARCH 10, 2014…Chris Stevens, Senior Media Advisor of Plymouth’s WPLM (Today’s 99.1) today announced the introduction of a free “Business Resource Center” for area business owners.


One of the key features of the Resource Center is a free Small Business Bulletin, delivered by e-mail. A former Wall Street executive who now serves as Senior Media Advisor at the Plymouth radio station, Stevens draws upon a wide network of contacts worldwide who will contribute to the bulletin. Topics to be covered include, but are not limited to, media advertising, designing a business plan, creating ‘killer’ web pages, competing in a digital world, implications of the Affordable Health Care Act, and others.


Additionally, Stevens or another representative of the Business Resource Center is available to provide workshops on marketing issues as they relate to businesses, including tips on buying advertising, designing the right message for your business, and other topics pertaining to marketing. These workshops are available upon request either at WPLM or at key business locations throughout the region.

Stevens said that there are additional features available, and that the bulletin is available at no cost or obligation on a three-month basis. For additional information please email chriswplm@aol.com or call 617-680-7393.


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 WPLM 99.1FM is a 50,000 watt Easy Listening radio station that covers the South Shore, South Coast, Cape Cod and everything in between!


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