Mountain Country 103.9 and 94.3 FM covers the Tri-State area of North Georgia, western North Carolina, and the Copper Basin of Tennessee, broadcasting Today’s Best Country from the tallest tower in the land.
Mountain Country Radio broadcasts Today’s Best Country on 103.9 and 94.3 on the FM dial. This is made possible by a new translator that was installed in the Blairsville area. The translator provides a crystal clear signal for Union County and allows for a stronger signal inside the local businesses as well.
Should I advertise?
If you have competitors working to attract your customers, or if you want to consistently grow your sales and make more money, then advertising is a necessity. The key is to know who your customer is, and why they like to do business with you. Once you know the characteristics of your best customers, you simply need to target your advertising in a way that converts prospective customers with similar characteristics into loyal customers.
It is important to remember that most businesses are simply unable to effectively be all things to all people. Always keep in mind that when you select a particular advertising vehicle (like our radio station), you are buying an audience. The goal is to buy the right audience for your business and improve your chances for success.
Advertising is an investment in success! It keeps your business top-of-mind, gives your business a successful image, attracts new customers, creates store traffic, and encourages repeat business. Businesses that succeed are usually strong, steady advertisers.
Can I afford to advertise on the radio?
You can’t afford not to. Mountain Country radio offers a variety of packages and rates tailored specifically for your business and budget. With affordable rates and co-op availability, we will work together to generate traffic for your business.
Do I get a better rate if I buy more ads?
Volume discounts are available.
Can I sponsor any special programs?
We have numerous opportunities for you to sponsor local and national programs. A few of our sponsorships available include news, weather, and sports.
What can co-op advertising do for me?
Only increase your advertising budget by as much as 75%! That’s significant. Our advertising representatives are knowledgeable in securing funds and following co-op’s strict guidelines that often allow this precious funding to remain unclaimed. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity.
How soon can I expect to see results from advertising on the radio?
The nature and frequency of your commercials will influence when and what results your business might see. Obviously, running more ads equals more name recognition. Customer feedback and traffic generated at our remotes are evidence that Mountain Country 103.9 is a safe bet for obtaining results from your advertising budget.
But I already advertise on another radio station.
Great, then you already recognize the value of radio. Mountain Country 103.9 & 94.3 broadcasts reach into the tri-state area of Fannin, Copper Basin, Blairsville, Murphy and Ellijay. If you have been with another station for awhile, why not give us a try and reach an entirely new audience.
But I already advertise in the newspaper.
We can show you how radio is a better advertising value than print. Your ad can run anytime 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can’t look at a newspaper that long or your eyes will cross. If you don’t want your ad reduced to puppy training literature, give Mountain Country radio a try.
Can you come to my business and broadcast live?
We love remotes! We customize remote packages, and price accordingly. We send a DJ and Support Staff to your business who will broadcast your event live with 4-60 second live spots per hour. In addition, we promote your remote up to 3 days prior to your event.
Can I sponsor an ad on your website?
What are you waiting for? Call or e-mail us now to discuss the details.
How many listeners do you have?
We lost count last Tuesday but we do cover the tri-state area of north Georgia, western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee. Here’s a map…