Airparks sponsors Heart 97.6 weather
Listeners to Heart 97.6 in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire are likely to have noticed a change in sponsorship to its regular weather programme, with airport parking specialists Airparks taking over from Monarch.
Heart is the UK's largest commercial radio brand, broadcasting to a range of regions throughout the UK, while Airparks is well known for providing the highest standards of customer service and security for those travellers parking close to the airport.
Airparks brand manager, Luke Quilter, said of the sponsorship: "We are delighted to be working with Heart 97.6, and to be sponsoring their weather programme until the end of May 2009 is a terrific coup for us. We currently operate a number of parking sites falling within their catchment area, so hope that the regional listeners will remember to book their airport parking with us next time they travel."
Airparks provides secured airport car parking at a number of sites throughout the UK, each offering a 24-hour reception, transfers from the car park to the airport and the highest possible levels of security including regular patrols and CCTV.
Book online today to secure great value airport parking for your holiday.
Published on: April 7, 2009
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