MicroBilt, a leader in risk management information for small and medium-sized businesses, posted a new Rhett & Link video on ILoveLocalCommercials.com today.
"The I Love Local Commercials experience has been a powerful one. Each business we encounter has a great story to tell and when we do our job right, magic can happen." says Rhett McLaughlin, "The response to ILoveLocalCommercials.com has been phenomenalwe have received thousands of nominations from around the country - like a rafting company in New Hampshire to a morning radio show in Alabama (with many, many nominationsthanks Rick and Bubba) to a donut shop in Washington. We are on-location in Texas and Pennsylvania this week, so look for our next local commercial release in January."
Rhett & Link local commercials have confirmed the power of viral marketing and social media for the small business - millions of viewers have seen "local commercials" including Red House Furniture and Cullman Liquidation. "It is always a challenge for a business to tell its story and have people pay attention." says Brian Bradley, EVP of Strategy and Marketing at MicroBilt, "Achieving a robust economic recovery on Main Street is clearly going to take small business and the consumer. We have seen some magic happen with the businesses featured on Ilovelocalcommercials.com. Each new commercial connects another small business with millions of people and brings attention to the small business for months. Each new release is another opportunity for a small business to tell their story and a special event that bring new attention to all the small businesses participating."
MicroBilt is the leader in serving small businesses with data and tools that they need to manage business risk and make informed lending and hiring decisions. MicroBilt offers the small business owner simple, cost-effective solutions for fraud prevention, consumer financing, debt collection, and background screening. With its PRBC® Consumer Report with the FICO® Expansion Score, MicroBilt is the leading provider of alternative credit data to businesses that want to offer credit and other financial services to the approximately 110 million underserved and underbanked consumers in the United States.