Mobile Town Guide Launches Limited Pilot Program to Engage Unique Communities

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Mobile Town Guide (MTG) loves small towns and aims to prove it with the launch of a pilot program limited to the first 50 cities to participate. The goal of the pilot program is to create successful examples of Mobile Town Guide while providing communities an opportunity to make use of this unique tool early.

Mobile Town Guide (MTG) loves small towns and aims to prove it with the launch of a pilot program. The first 50 cities that sign up for the program by October 31, 2015 will receive the MTG’s top-tier product at half price and a lifetime account free of hosting or service charges. This means all future upgrades to format, features, and more with no additional charge.

After working with cities across the country for a decade, founder Jeremy Minnick decided to build a product that could help satisfy the strong need to promote local businesses and community activities online, while being financially accessible. The company vision of “putting your community in your hands,” allows residents and visitors to discover what makes communities great.

Unlike other, larger directory websites, Mobile Town Guide gives the customer, and individual business owners, control over directory listings and the categories available. Is a city famous for art museums, greenways and trails, the largest pizza in the state? The best of the best of each community can be featured within the Guide.

“Cities don’t like taking risks on products that don’t have a long track record, and I can respect that,” said Minnick. “The goal of the pilot program is to create successful examples of Mobile Town Guide while providing communities an opportunity to make use of this program early.”

Hartwell, Georgia was the first city to launch a complete, publicly available Mobile Town Guide at the end of July. MyHartwell is available as an app for both Apple and Android devices. It can also be viewed at http://myhartwell.com/ (viewing on a mobile device recommended).

Visit http://www.mobiletownguide.com and follow us on social media for more information about what makes Mobile Town Guide the best tool to promote what makes your community unique.

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