We are offering a FREE profile of your shop or business to help Lurgan bounce back
The Lurgan Mail has launched a campaign designed to help give a kick-start to the area’s businesses fighting back to life after the pandemic.
Hundreds of enterprises, large and small, have battled through the last year, making sacrifices to stay open or just to ride out lockdown with closed doors.
As the first signs emerge of a return to something approaching normality, we want to make a difference and step up for traders and the high street, and for the communities who rely on them.
We’re offering a profile of your shop or business, free of charge, and we’ll show people how you are coming back from the last year through the pages of the newspaper, our website and our Facebook page.
Tens of thousands of people will be able to see what efforts you’re making and what you have to offer.
Our Facebook page has 25,000 followers; our website up to 8,000 page views every day, and the newspaper has been a family favourite since 1891.
Editor of the Lurgan Mail, Paul Wilkinson, said: “The coronavirus pandemic came upon us like something many thought consigned to a darker past, claiming so many lives and livelihoods in the present, and upending our entire society, but as we hope for better days ahead, we’ll all have a hand in reclaiming the future.
“We’re here to help, so if you’d like to take up our offer, just email us at [email protected] and we’ll see what we can do in coming weeks to spread the word about your recovery plans.”
You can also send us a private message via Facebook if you prefer.