Southport’s Mighty Breakfast Show With Andrew Hegarty Goes Statedside!

Southport’s Mighty Breakfast Show With Andrew Hegarty Goes Statedside!
A former Southport resident who lives in Chicago, Illinois has taken it upon herself to promote the Mighty Radio Breakfast Show with Andrew Hegarty in the North American city she calls home.
38-year old Jenny Williams, who grew up in Churchtown, listens to Andrew’s show on Mighty Southport Radio every morning and likes it so much that she paid the Chicago Department of Public Works hundreds of dollars to advertise it on a traffic sign on Interstate 55 for half an hour on Thursday morning. Ms Williams has also placed a week-long advert on a petrol station billboard in the same area.
“I really love listening to Andrew’s show”, said Jenny. “I like to keep up to date with the local news and weather in my hometown, it makes me feel like a part of me is at home and Andrew is a great host who really cares about what’s going on in the local community”.
Andrew said, “I can’t believe the lengths my listeners will go to help promote my radio show – it’s wonderful. I try to create a breakfast show which is interesting and entertaining for listeners in Southport and for those who listen from further afield so it’s nice to be recognised like this from almost 4,000 miles away”.
Jenny said that, despite the six-hour time difference, she hopes the adverts will bring in more listeners for Andrew’s show from the Chicago area.
You can hear the Mighty Breakfast Show with Andrew Hegarty every weekday morning from 8am at or by downloading the TuneIn radio app for smartphone and tablet.

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