Racine County, we know you are thinking… What’s for Lunch? Your belly has been calling for sustenance since 10 a.m. But where to go? You don’t want that same old boring lunch. Well we’ve got the solution to that problem.

Check out our new feature called What’s for Lunch?

We’re just starting this list of lunch specials so bear with us while we spread the word. Before long we’ll offer up specials from your favorite lunch spot. So keep checking back often. And soon we’ll be offering deals on lunches from our marketing partners.

By the way, if you are a restaurant in Racine County, we’d love to help you spread the word.

For only $75 a month, you’ll receive a web page to feature your promotions, tell the world about what makes your food the best, add photos of your menus and food, and put in a handy-dandy reservation button. We then take those pages, feature them every day on a page, feature it on our website, in our daily newsletter and post it every week day on our Racine County Eye Facebook page. We have 72,000 awesome readers that come to our site every month and we have almost 16,000 people that like us on Facebook.

We understand that business owners need to use their marketing dollars wisely. So we have a dashboard that will instantly show you how many times people clicked on your What’s for Lunch page and how many people clicked on your promotions page.

And if you want us to help you manage your page, we’ll set up your page and change things up for only $50 more per month.

You won’t find a better deal for your marketing dollars. Interested in our What’s for Lunch feature? Email us at info@racinecountyeye.com

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.