BMW Chattanooga, Moss Media Labs create social media Super Bowl contest
BMW of Chattanooga will run an advertisement during Sunday's Super Bowl, and local residents have a chance to win prizes by watching and using social media.
When the commercial airs locally on CBS/WDEF, there will also be a secret hashtag appearing on the screen.
Local residents who tweet using the hashtag during the game will be automatically entered into a drawing to win two tickets to Pistons & Fenders and a BMW apparel pack.
"We know Chattanoogans are very active on Twitter, and the Super Bowl should be no exception," according to a news release. "Be sure and say hi to @BMWChattanooga and @MMLabs while watching the game. We may have a few other surprises up our sleeves that day. No matter the score, here’s to a great game."
True North Custom Media announces publisher of MD News Tennessee Valley
True North Custom Media leaders announced that Nancy McCarty has been named publisher of MD News Tennessee Valley.
McCarty has more than 20 years of experience in the media industry. She has worked in public relations developing campaigns for high-profile actors, doctors and health care experts, according to a news release.
She is a native of Chattanooga and a graduate of Girls Preparatory School. She received a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California.
Krystal Cruiser helps after storms
The Krystal Cruiser is going to Adairsville, Ga., to provide support for crews cleaning up after this week's storms and tornadoes.
The team will provide Krystals, fries and water to those working in the area, and they will likely stay through Saturday.
“Krystal has enjoyed being a part of communities throughout the Southeast for the last 80 years," Doug Pendergast, president and CEO of the Krystal Company said, in a prepared statement. "During this time of need, we believe that it’s important for us to do our part to support those who are doing so much to help our customers. We appreciate all they are doing and hope our efforts will help them with theirs."
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