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Take advantage of our advertising program, which reaches between 1.5 and 2 million people monthly. We have an average engagement of 1 million per month. Contact us for more information.

"In the crazy changing world of social media, Lori is an amazing expert on how to craft the right message for the Lehigh Valley audience. While traditional Facebook ads are failing, Lori has built a community of online followers who seek to know more about news and events going on locally. For our seasonal farm business in Bethlehem, Valley Fruits & Veggies, Lori's ability to post to her audience and direct attention to our business is indispensable. From one posting, we were able to sell out two of our farm events! Lori is prompt, creative, and knows her stuff! We very much look forward to utilizing Lori and her posting talent again!"


-Valley Fruits and Veggies

"I can’t thank What’s going on in the Lehigh valley enough  for sharing our grand opening celebration information.  She was extremely helpful, shared a lot of info about our business and brought a lot of new people to our fb page and website.  We are extremely thankful for that and will absolutely use them again in the future."

-Sports Factory of the Lehigh Valley

"We recently had a fall bazaar at our church. I advertised on What's Going on in the Lehigh Valley and I am certain because of the ad, we had a record number of people attend. Lori was wonderful to work with, the ad and wording was perfect. This site is a great source for Lehigh valley news and activities. Lori does an awesome job with this page and I would highly recommend using this site to advertise events."

-Lisa Gehman, St. Paul's UCC, Trexlertown

"I have had the pleasure of working with Lori Lee from What’s Going On in the Lehigh Valley for several years. During that time, Lori Lee helped us promote an event that helped connect our police department to our local community. Polite, courteous, and easy to work with, Lori Lee helped us easily reach several thousand residents that otherwise may not have known about our event.  As always, I look forward to working with her again in the future. Thank you, Lori Lee and What’s Going On in the Lehigh Valley!"


-Police Commander, Lehigh Valley

"We have advertised numerous times now and have always seen an increase in new traffic on the weekends that we advertise through WGOLV. We also boost our own posts on Facebook, but we have not seen the amount of new customers come into our store the way we have with WGOLV. We highly recommend advertising with this great company!"


-F5 Variety Store

"We decided to try advertising just once to see how it goes. The first day, we received almost 70 new members. Needless to say, we've advertised multiple times because of the overwhelming response we have received by advertising with What's going on in the Lehigh Valley! The loyalty from their following shows and Lori is great! She's very helpful, cares, and wants to see your business succeed. We will be advertising our monthly treasure hunts with WGOLV going forward."


-Valley Pass

What's Going On in the Lehigh Valley is the perfect place to post your Lehigh Valley event.  I love reading their posts for my personal life so knew they would be a great place to advertise our event.   The process was quick and easy, and they were able to add our post at the last minute.  Stay up to date on all the best Lehigh Valley happenings - If you're not already following on Facebook - you should be!  


-Christine Burke - Manager, Marketing & Events - Dutch Springs

"I would like to thank Lori Lee from Whats Going On in the Lehigh Valley for being such a wonderful sponsor of our 38th annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival.  This event is a very important fundraiser for  
the Museum of Indian Culture, and despite dodging raindrops and minor flooding issues, Lori Lee and her team kept their followers informed of our festival activities and musical performances.   We are so very  
grateful to the Whats Going on in the Lehigh Valley team for helping make the event a success. "

-Pat Rivera, Executive Director, Museum of  Indian Culture

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