Let's #BeAmazing Together: Community Partners
Local & National News | April 18, 2020
You can be a Sponsor in Your Community helping locals get back on their feet.

Introducing the Community Partner Program from JustMy

Our team here at JustMy wants to help everyone get back up and going.  But we can't do this alone.  So we are asking local business owners that can, to help us #BeAmazing Together.  The cost to your business is only $250.00 a month with only a 3 month commitment required.  For this you get some pretty amazing perks for your business and you get the honor of helping other local businesses and non profits get back up and on their feet!

What's Included?

  • Monthly Video Sponsorship
  • Rotating Banner on Local Related Channel with Call to Actions
  • Content Channel & Social Sharing
  • Premium Profile Set-Up on JustMy
    • All for only 250.00 per month

Monthly Video Sponsorship

Rotating Banner on Local Related Channel with Call to Actions

Content Channel & Social Sharing

MyProfile Pro Service +

More Perks for Community Partners

It is going to take all of us working together to bring things back to what was once called normal, so the team at JustMy wanted to give our Community Sponsors a few more perks!  So during your sponsorship, we have this add-on bonuses

  • Logo Rotation on Let's #BeAmazing Email Blast and Features
  • Video Editing and Off-Site Production at Pay What you Can Rates
  • Event & Community Engagement Promotional Support
  • Social Media & Content Management at Pay What you Can Rates

Free or Pay What You Can Advertising, Content, Video, and Social Media support for businesses and non-profits impacted by Covid-19.  Call J Robinson  615.241.3040  or email jr@justmycities.com for questions.

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Let's #BeAmazing Together

Team up with JustMy to help 100,000 businesses and non-profits get back on their feet after the impact of Covid-19 and the resulting recession.

The Campaign to Help
Our Goal, Help 100,000 Businesses & Non Profits
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