SHIP BOTTOM - The award-winning LBI Region Report has given a voice to local business, and now gears up for its 7th year with even more access to hear the latest information.
The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce and WBNJ FM announced that listeners can now access the popular LBI Region Report on Alexa enabled devices.
The program has become a trusted resource to give insight to business and events happening throughout the Long Beach Island Region.
To hear the show now simply add the "LBI Region Report" skill to your Alexa Flash Briefing.
Then just say "Alexa, give me my flash briefing," to hear the latest episode of this award-winning radio program.
This is just one of the many ways listeners can connect with local business and community events through this weekly program.
As always it will be broadcast on WBNJ 91.9 FM Monday's at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., online at wbnj.org and on the LBI Region Report Facebook page.
Audience members can also subscribe to the show as a podcast on iTunes and Google Play.
In 2014, the LBI Region Report was nominated for a NJ Tourism Excellence Award, where it won for a partnership and public relations.
The Southern Ocean County Chamber began the LBI Region Report as a response to Super Storm Sandy recovery in November 2012 and airs on partner station WBNJ 91.9FM.
Each week the show highlights Southern Ocean County Chamber members on reaching over 26,000 radio listeners is Ocean, Atlantic, Burlington, Camden and Philadelphia counties and thousands more through electronic media.
The Southern Ocean County Chamber has also won the Tourism Award recognition in previous years for Chowderfest Weekend, the visitLBIregion.com Website, The Wedding Road Show and most recently for the Southern Ocean Made Brew Trail.
The 105-year-old organization, has been recently received global re-accreditation, a status reserved for those meeting the highest industry standards.
For more information about the LBI Region Report Radio Show or WBNJ, a non-profit community station please go to www.visitLBIREGION.com or www.wbnj.org.