TinyPRCampaign.com Helping Nashville's Homeless with Free Publicity

TinyPRCampaign.com is partnering with the Music City Social audio program and the Contributor newspaper to help raise awareness for Nashville's homeless. TinyPRCampaign.com will be promoting specific episodes of Music City Social that feature interviews with Nashville's homeless.

Brentwood, Tennessee (PRWEB) December 10, 2012

TinyPRCampaign.com is partnering with the Music City Social audio program and the Contributor newspaper to help raise awareness for Nashville's homeless. TinyPRCampaign.com will be promoting specific episodes of Music City Social that feature interviews with Nashville's homeless.

The Music City Social audio program hosted by Drew Bourke launched in November 2012. Since that time, it has received over 36,000 views on YouTube and countless downloads of it's weekly program. The show focuses on insider stories about Nashville’s music business, told by the people who live it. On Monday, December 10, 2012, show host, Drew Bourke will be interviewing four of Nashville's homeless in conjunction with the Contributor newspaper. The Contributor newspaper is sold by the homeless on street corners in Nashville, and provides the homeless with both income and hope.

TinyPRCampaign.com will be providing free publicity services to Music City Social and the Contributor newspaper in hopes of raising awareness about the homeless issue in Nashville. Weekly press releases, blog posts and lots of social media will be created and published by TinyPRCampaign.com at no charge.

According to Music City Social host, Drew Bourke, “Our show has had an unbelievable amount of traffic since out launch in November 2012. It's our responsibility to use this traffic to do something good to help our community”. TinyPRCampaign,.com is a subsidiary of the larger publicity firm owned by Mr. Bourke, Starmaker PR Group. Starmaker PR Group provides publicity services primarily to the entertainment community, while TinyPRCampaign.com focuses mainly on small businesses by offering short-term PR campaigns without long-term contracts.

“If you consider all of the tools we have available - an audio program with a growing audience and two publicity firms - it would be ridiculous not to do something that benefits our homeless. In fact, that's exactly what we hope to get people saying – These are OUR homeless people, and it's up to us to do something about it”, according to Drew Bourke.

Learn more about the homeless, the Contributor newspaper, the Music City Social audio program and TinyPRCampaign.com by visiting the pages at Music City Social dedicated to the campaign at http://MusicCitySocial.net/homeless/