Share your good news stories about your business and your high street.

Share your good news stories about your business and your high street.

Share your good news stories about your business and your high street.

OFFiGO has successfully been bringing the high street together online since February and now promotes over 15,000 stores, bars and restaurants etc across the UK.. As well as businesses having the opportunity to create a FREE business page and receives FREE credits to advertise its offer or events, there is also the blogs feature for writing articles of interest. We are looking for businesses on the high street to join us to share good news stories ie new openings, new menus, recent refurb or expansion etc, so people can find what is happening locally, join us and write your first article.

Refer OFFiGO to other local businesses and earn FREE advertising for both of you and together we can start bringing the high street online in your town. The more local businesses that join together to share information, the more reasons for consumers to visit the high street, OFFiGO is the platform to help you to do that, join us today.

Remember your high street plays a huge part in the success of your local community. We at OFFiGO want to help support local businesses by connecting you to what is available on your high street.  Sign up today to receive exclusive weekly offers and events for your area.

Share your good news stories about your business and your high street.

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