NEWSTALK 610 CKTB is excited to work with the Niagara Health Expo again in 2018. We welcome the return of Lee Sterry to broadcast the VIP Late Lunch live from Hotel Dieu Shaver the Friday before the event. Tune in to 610 CKTB on Friday October 19th from 1pm to 2pm as we create awareness for the Expo which happens Saturday October 20, 2018.
Tune in 1-2 pm on October 19, 2018 for an update on the fifth annual event as we welcome 610 CKTB as our radio partner to the Hotel Dieu Shaver.
The VIP Late Lunch with Lee Sterry will be on location to promote the Expo. Lee will reference the Hotel Dieu Shaver as his broadcast location and the Niagara Health Expo happening Saturday October 20. Lee will host a Niagara Health Expo spokesperson and a representative from the HDS Foundation and provide each with an approximate 4 minute interview.
Coverage for the Expo on 610 CKTB will include on-air exposure on the PSA feature “Neighbourhood News”. Inclusion in online event listing at 610cktb.com will also promote the Expo for 3 weeks.
The Niagara Health Expo will also be promoted in a high frequency schedule of 40 radio announcements on 105.7 EZ Rock along with the coverage 610 CKTB.
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On the front lawn of the Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre in 2016 to help raise awareness of the Niagara Health Expo, local radio station 610 CKTB broadcast The VIP Late Lunch live on location. Pictured from left, Paul Carfagnini, producer, Niagara Health Expo; Mary Jane Johnston, executive director Hotel Dieu Shaver Foundation, and Lee Sterry, 610 CKTB radio show host.