Sign your business up FOX19's closings system in Cincinnati - KCTV5

Sign your business up for our closings system

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

If you are a business owner, church administrator or operator you need to be signed up for FOX19's closings system.

It's the easiest way to let your employees, customers and church members know that you won't be open for business because of inclement weather.

All you need to do is send an email with your best email address, cell phone number and address of your business or school to our closings czar, Erin Murtagh (emurtagh@fox19.com). She will verify your identity and set you up with a secure username and password that you can enter on a website from home or your office. It's free!

Once your closing is received, it will be posted on our list of website closings. If you have more than 50 employees or church members, it will also be on our TV ticker.

IMPORTANT: Please make sure to put "FOX19 closing" in the subject line of the email. 

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