Nationally syndicated The Bert Show launches free promotional radio program for small businesses struggling from COVID-19

Program offers small businesses a one-minute feature on The Bert Show

ATLANTA--()--The Bert Show is proud to share details of the newly launched “Save My Small Business Line,” the show’s impactful initiative to aid small businesses that have been pummeled by the pandemic. The program provides struggling small businesses the opportunity to promote their brand on the nationally syndicated radio show with a one-minute commercial.

With three in four small business owners exceedingly concerned about the economic impact of COVID-19, show host Bert Weiss felt compelled to help, and he came to the epiphany that equipping the businesses with air time is the best way for the show to offer support.

“Whether it is a new small business or a business that has been around for decades, companies across the country are struggling, and The Bert Show is in a position to offer a special kind of relief,” said Weiss. “Our goal is to leverage what the show has – listeners around the country – to lift up these businesses.”

State-certified, in-home bakery Heavenly Bakes out of Buford, Georgia was the first company promoted through the Save My Small Business Line. Additional featured businesses include Ft. Wayne, Indiana-based Gladiator Care, The Good Sport Gallery in Scranton, Pennsylvania and Braselton, Georgia’s Countryside Antiques & Home Décor, presenter of The Braselton Antique & Artisan Festival.

Small businesses interested in being considered can submit an audio message by visiting The Bert Show website. Submissions should be 60 to 90 seconds long and include a brief company history, detail COVID-19’s impact and sell the business by illustrating its distinctive offerings.

“Small businesses across the country are struggling. That’s why we are committed to helping every city The Bert Show is syndicated in,” said Co-host Kristin Klingshirn. “We want to help ease the burden of trying to function during a global pandemic. The Bert Show family is in this together and we are going to get through this together.”

The commercials will be syndicated in 26 cities throughout the country, including:

Atlanta, Ga. – Q99.7


Flint, Mich. – CK 105.5

Kansas City, Mo. – 95.7 The Vibe


Eugene-Springfield, Ore. – Star 102.3

Nashville, Tenn. – The New Hot 106.7


Shreveport, La. – Q97.3

Oklahoma City, Okla. – Wild 104.9


Beaumont, Texas – Today’s Best Music Q.94

New Orleans, La. – 106.7 The Krewe


Dothan, Ala. – All The Hits 106.7

Charleston, S.C. – 95 SX Hit Music Now


Wichita Falls, Texas – Hot 103.9

Wilkes Barre / Scranton, Pa. – 97.1 / 95.7 BHT


Brunswick, Ga. – Magic 105.9

Harrisburg, Pa. – Hot 106.7


Columbus, Miss. – Q 103.1

Chattanooga, Tenn. – 103.7 Kiss FM


Pierre, S.D. – River 92.7

Lexington, Ky. – Hot 102.5


Casper, Wyo. – Max 92.5

Toledo, Ohio – The New Q.105


Mobridge, S.D. – Star 99

Ft. Wayne, Ind. – Hot 107.9


St. Florian / Florence, Ala. – 102.7 Kiss FM

Macon, Ga. – All The Hits B95.1


Prestonsburg, Ky. – Q95 FM Eastern Kentucky’s Best

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About The Bert Show

The Bert Show offers a blend of lifestyle advice, national entertainment news, celebrity interviews, humor and on-air community to listeners for nearly two decades. The Bert Show is heard in 26 markets and a daily podcast with an average 4 million downloads each month. The show gives back to the community with charitable programs, including Bert’s Big Adventure, which provides an all-expenses-paid, five-day journey to Walt Disney World® for children with chronic and terminal illnesses and their families. For syndication information, please contact Westwood One.


Julia Clinch
BRAVE Public Relations

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The Bert Show shares details of the newly launched “Save My Small Business Line,” an initiative to aid small businesses affected by the pandemic.

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Julia Clinch
BRAVE Public Relations