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YFM shows appreciation to top 20 clients

Y107.9 FM, the official frequency for the young and young at heart is dedicating the Month of March to celebrate its cherished clients with bonus airtime.
The month long appreciation will see top 20 clients of YFM rewarded with free airtime in the month of March.
Mr. William Nankah-Bruce, General Manager of YFM said that “This is a way we are expressing our gratitude and pleasure to our cherished clients for their unsurpassed commitment as we are approaching the end of the 2013/2014 fiscal year. We are really excited for being able to build on our relationships with our clients over the past few years. As part of the client appreciation month, top 20 selected clients of YFM will benefit from special airtime packages from the station.”
He added that the package will include free interview opportunities on a number of top rated programs on the station.
“Selected clients will have access to interact with listeners, share with them their plans and upcoming activities, and also enjoy special interviews on the station. This activity is set to cement the relationships being built with these key partners.”
He concluded by congratulating the top 20 selected clients and encouraged companies in Ghana to venture into relationships with YFM for competitive packages.
The client appreciation month has already begun with the top 20 selected clients till the end of March.
The top 20 lucky clients include, MTN, Vodafone, Airtel, Tigo, Glo, Unilever, Nokia, KFC, Lancaster University, Guinness, Malta Guinness, Star, Coca Cola, Kasapreko, ABL, Martini, Samsung, DKT, Roverman Productions and Pappas Pizza.


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